Daily Archives: September 2, 2020

Construction work on mega projects costing more than Rs.5b start in Kohat

The construction work of mega developmental projects costing more than five billion rupees in district Kohat has been initiated with the financial assistance of Asian Development Bank. Talking to a delegation of Asian Development Bank in district Kohat, Advisor to

Govt agrees to revises rates of five zero-rated industries: Razak Dawood

Advisor to Prime Minister for Commerce and Investment, Abdul Razak Dawood has said that the government agreed that erstwhile 5 zero-rated industries would be given a rate of 7.5 ¢/kWh for July and August and 9 ¢/kWh thereafter. In a

ECC approves $142 mln for meeting financial challenges of Roosevelt Hotel

Economic Coordination Committee of the cabinet approved 142 million dollars for meeting the financial challenges of PIA-owned Roosevelt Hotel in New York. The ECC gave the approval in its meeting held in Islamabad today (Wednesday) with Prime Minister’s Advisor on

Providing conducive environment for businesses Govt’s top priority: Imran Khan

Prime Minister Imran Khan says it is top priority of the government to promote business activities, provide enabling environment for businesses and remove hurdles in this regard, besides giving incentives. Talking to successful entrepreneurs from various fields in Islamabad on

Govt achieves microeconomic stability: Asad Umar

Minister for Planning and Development Asad Umar says the government has achieved microeconomic stability and is now focussed on growth. Talking to Japanese Ambassador Matsuda Kuninori in Islamabad on Wednesday, he said economic indicators are positive and the government wants

INVNT GROUP]™ Appoints Managing Director In EMEA To Fuel Further Growth Of New Portfolio

LONDON, UK, Sept. 02, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — [INVNT GROUP], THE GLOBAL BRANDSTORY PROJECT™ has recruited a new Managing Director for EMEA in renowned and highly regarded industry leader, Claudia Stephenson, a move that has been fuelled by increased demand