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Is Ernst & Young about to exit Pakistan?

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Amazon eyes expansion in Pakistan, eager to capture e-commerce market

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Vegan startup substituting meat raises $241 million from IPO

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IoT 101: Why Internet of Things is crucial as a next-gen tech system – Part 1

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Facebook to launch device with camera that follows people around

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Dawood Hercules backs off Rs17.453 billion deal with Edotco Pakistan

At end of August 2017, DHCL in partnership with Edotco entered into an agreement with Veon Pakistan Limited to acquire its wireless tower business in Pakistan for $940 million.

Google to invest $550 million in Chinese e-commerce giant

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Data Security – issue of morality, business ethics, or inept governance?

In the murky world of numbers and big data, Pakistan, must not lag behind.

German ambassador’s pictures on Twitter dismiss security concerns in Pakistan

Federal Republic of Germany Ambassador to Pakistan Martin Kobler said that when he first came to Lahore, instead of using a car, he took a train from the Rawalpindi Railway Station to reach the city costing him a mere Rs700. This, however, goes against the image of Pakistan that is portrayed abroad in an unfair manner, and does not reflect reality, the German ambassador added, stressing the need for politicians from both sides to work on improving the perception.

African nations come together to establish free trade area

Forty-four African countries have signed an agreement establishing a free trade area seen as vital to the continent’s economic development, the head...

Careem co-founder shares five secrets to success with KSBL students

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Technology behind cryptocurrencies could improve financial system in future

LONDON: Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin are failing as a form of money and have shown clear signs of being a financial bubble, but...

Aamir Ibrahim appointed VEON Group Head of Emerging Markets

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