ISLAMABAD: Exporters on Tuesday decided to resume the export of onions keeping in view the reduction in prices and market stability after the arrival of a full crop of onion from Sindh. The association has written...

Consumer confidence continues to improve in Pakistan

LAHORE: Gallup Pakistan and Dun & Bradstreet Pakistan have issued their third report on ‘Pakistan’s Consumer Confidence Index (CCI)’ for the third quarter (July-Sept) of 2020. The CCI report has...

‘Successful Covid response’: WEF to celebrate Pakistan Strategy Day tomorrow

Prime Minister Imran Khan will be the chief guest at a World Economic Forum (WEF) event to commemorate Pakistan's "successful policies" against the novel coronavirus, PTI senator Faisal Javed...

Not just another fad: Cloud kitchens are here to stay

Hastened by the coronavirus pandemic, cloud kitchens may revolutionize the way the $20 billion restaurant industry works in Pakistan

Five rules to help you plan for a retirement income

The absence of a diverse enough set of options in Pakistan means that those nearing or in retirement have to carefully balance the need for diversification, beating inflation, and sufficient yields

Why the tobacco industry is loudly calling for a crackdown on smuggling

The illusion of popular support for the idea is being generated to enlist the government’s help in cracking down on the industry’s informal sector competition, to preserve the duopoly

The state of play in Pakistan’s macroeconomy: tepid still

A new report from Arif Habib Ltd suggests that Pakistan will make it through, through a combination of remittances and sheer luck

Lahore Metro: the first step in the nation’s mass transit infrastructure

The complaints against the project appear largely from either those politically opposed to the government that initiated the project, or rich art school cranks who will not be using it

Opinion

Not all banks!

Recently, I had an opportunity to read Profit Issue #113 and the cover story ‘The discriminatory hiring practices of Islamic Banks: Is this the...

A much-overdue reckoning

If the news of the ban on Pakistani citizens getting new visas to the United Arab Emirates are true – and early indications seem...

The government needs to stop embarrassing itself

The tragedy of the government of Pakistan is that they seem entirely unaware of just how embarrassingly asinine their ideas tend to be, particularly...

COD Rules: How to reduce rejection at the doorstep

A series of rules can help e-commerce companies ensure that they reduce their losses

The power of banks

Yes, dear readers, yet another cover on the banking sector. The second consecutive one, in fact. There is more to Pakistani businesses and the economy...

Creativity can be a brand’s greatest asset. Here is how to wield it

Kantar research has shown Pakistani audiences want to see certain themes in their adverts. Here are some of the takeaways

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Five rules to help you plan for a retirement income

The absence of a diverse enough set of options in Pakistan means that those nearing or in retirement have to carefully balance the need for diversification, beating inflation, and sufficient yields

Natural gas pricing will likely incorporate the higher cost of LNG imports

Just what is going on between Ogra and the Sui Gas Companies?

Coronavirus lockdowns hit Karam Ceramics hard

Yet despite the pandemic, the company is likely to see a sharp bounce back with the expected boom in residential real estate construction.

Why the tobacco industry is loudly calling for a crackdown on smuggling

The illusion of popular support for the idea is being generated to enlist the government’s help in cracking down on the industry’s informal sector competition, to preserve the duopoly

Strong year for TRG Pakistan in a banner year for its global subsidiaries

Its recently listed BPO subsidiary and healthcare subsidiaries have helped the company’s topline

The state of play in Pakistan’s macroeconomy: tepid still

A new report from Arif Habib Ltd suggests that Pakistan will make it through, through a combination of remittances and sheer luck

Lahore Metro: the first step in the nation’s mass transit infrastructure

The complaints against the project appear largely from either those politically opposed to the government that initiated the project, or rich art school cranks who will not be using it

Bonanza Satrangi migrates eCommerce from Magento to Shopify

The eastern apparel challenger brand made the transition to acquire better technical support, remove downtime, and launch two interactive shopping experiences.

Gojek launches digital out-of-home advertising solution GoScreen

The courier and motorcycle ride-hailing services turned super app company has launched a digital programmatic out-of-home advertising solution