Global e-commerce sales will skyrocket to $3 trillion by 2022: Fitch Solutions

China is the largest e-commerce market globally with total e-commerce sales forecast at $834 billion in 2019 and projected to further rise to $1.24 trillion by 2022

China to extend $3.5 billion in grant and loans: Report

Officials revealed Beijing has also pledged to an additional $1 billion for health, education, drinking water, vocational training and poverty alleviation projects over the next three years

Pakistan gets ready to woo Saudi crown prince

Saudi Arabia is reportedly preparing to sign a record investment package with Pakistan, including a $10 billion refinery and oil complex for the strategic Gwadar Port on the Arabian Sea

Building and construction material exhibition fails to attract interest

LAHORE: The first two days of a three-day exhibition of building and construction materials held by The Institute of Architects of Pakistan (IAP) at Lahore’s...

Mobile phone imports increase by 13.1pc in seven months

Pakistan imported cell phones worth Rs55 billion in the first seven months of the ongoing financial year (FY19), Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (FBS) stated...

Jazz failed to build Veon into the WeChat of Pakistan. That’s why it will...

CEO Aamir Ibrahim’s willingness to abandon his failures and invest in his successes suggests a strong path forward for the company

Amazon does not have a Pakistan presence. These Pakistani entrepreneurs are selling on it...

The global e-commerce giant has ignored Pakistan, but many enterprising individuals and companies have found ways to use the platform to their advantage by getting around the legal hurdles

Two startups willing to bet that more Pakistanis will buy their groceries online

Hum Mart and Mandi Express have both set up online stores that serve the Karachi market, but both are going about their business in a very different way

Social impact or pursuit of profit? Some entrepreneurs pick both

The stories of four entrepreneurs who are making a social impact through their commercially thriving endeavours

How to fix the Pakistani economy: Dr S Akbar Zaidi

Technocratic solutions are not enough; Pakistan needs to have major political parties agree on the broad contours of economic policy

How to fix the Pakistani economy: Dr Nadeemul Haque

We need to deregulate our cities to allow more construction and high-rise development

How to fix the Pakistani economy: Dr Akmal Hussain

The key determinant of long-term economic growth of the country is the depth and range of innovations that take place within that society

How to fix the Pakistani economy: Dr Hafiz A. Pasha

The government should formulate a clear trade strategy, and then subsidise industries that can compete globally

How Pakistan can avoid the “Dutch Disease”

Should the country soon find itself awash in hydrocarbon wealth, how it chooses to manage that surplus will be critical

Editor’s Note: The power of humility

At the highest level of the corporate world, humility is not a virtue recognised as valuable by most. This is unsurprising given the level...

Editor’s Note: There is more to the IMF than bailouts

It is not an often-appreciated fact, but politicians actually do try to keep most of their major campaign promises, at times regardless of whether...
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Amazon does not have a Pakistan presence. These Pakistani entrepreneurs are selling on it...

The global e-commerce giant has ignored Pakistan, but many enterprising individuals and companies have found ways to use the platform to their advantage by getting around the legal hurdles

Jazz failed to build Veon into the WeChat of Pakistan. That’s why it will...

CEO Aamir Ibrahim’s willingness to abandon his failures and invest in his successes suggests a strong path forward for the company

Two startups willing to bet that more Pakistanis will buy their groceries online

Hum Mart and Mandi Express have both set up online stores that serve the Karachi market, but both are going about their business in a very different way

PepsiCo mulls investing $1bn in Pakistan

PepsiCo plans to invest in a potato unit in Multan and the company wants Prime Minister Imran Khan to inaugurate itISLAMABAD: PepsiCo is planning...

IMF agrees to lend $6bn to Pakistan: sources

IMF team accepts govt's stance of not further jacking up electricity prices Lauds govt's approach towards the state-owned loss-making organisations Repayment of IMF...

Air France mulls returning to Pakistan after 11 years: minister

Petroleum Minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan revealed on Friday that after witnessing a conducive business environment, Air France was planning to resume its service in...

Social impact or pursuit of profit? Some entrepreneurs pick both

The stories of four entrepreneurs who are making a social impact through their commercially thriving endeavours

Saudi Crown Prince’s visit to bring major investment in Pakistan

Saudi Arabia and its Gulf partner, the UAE, have already deposited $3 billion each in Pakistan’s central bank to help resolve a balance of payments crisis and shore up its declining rupee
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