UBG backs Taiwan for FBCC elections
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UBG backs Taiwan for FBCC elections

Lahore (Commerce Reporter) The United Business Group, an alliance of chambers and trade associations in the country, on Saturday nominated Khalid Tawab from Karachi as its presidential candidate for the annual elections of the Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry to be held on December 30, 2020. ,.

UBG backs Taiwan for FBCC elections
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SPI 0.23pc slip after 8 initial weeks

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s weekly Sensitive Price Index (SPI) has declined by 0.23% after eight weeks on the combined effect of falling prices of some kitchen items including chicken and wheat flour. The Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) reported that for the week ended October 22, the SPI declined by 0.23 per cent over the previous week,

UBG backs Taiwan for FBCC elections
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PPLQ1 profit has slipped less than 1pc

In the quarter ended September 30, 2020, Pakistan Petroleum Limited’s (PPL) profit fell 0.16 percent to Rs 14.325 billion, a PSX notice said. Has gone The company had earned Rs 14.347 billion of Rs 5.27 crore with EPS in the same quarter of last financial year. It did not announce any provisional profit for the

UBG backs Taiwan for FBCC elections
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Gold price Rs. 350 / towel

Karachi (Staff Reporter) According to the data released by All Sindh Saraf Jewelers Association on Friday, the price of bullion in the local market fell by Rs 350 / tola to Rs 115,350 / tola. Similarly, the price of 10 grams of gold also fell from Rs 300 to close at Rs 98,894. In the

‘Pharma sector needs government help’
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‘Pharma sector needs government help’

Lahore: After more than 22 per cent increase in pharmaceutical exports in the first quarter of the current financial year, the government should support it in the national interest, potential foreign exchange earners, according to a statement on Friday. According to a statement issued by the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and …

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Turkey maintains interest rates

ANKARA: Turkey’s central bank maintained its key interest rate on Thursday despite expectations of another market rise, sending the lira to record highs. The Turkish lira lost more than 2% to 9 7.97 against the dollar after the announcement at 1100 GMT. . The central bank said in a statement on its website that the