The strange case of dost steel

Questions were raised when Dost Steel rallied on the PSC despite consistent losses

Power tariff goes up by Rs1.65 per unit

ISLAMABAD - The government on Monday increased the electricity tariff, which it had put on hold in April, by Rs1.65 per unit...

Cement companies join heads as coal prices threaten recent success

The conference made it clear that while things have been good, the future might be a tougher road to tread

Khalid Siraj Textile Mills – textiles no more

A company that has been doing poorly for years is finally facing its reckoning

Engro plans aggressive expansion for tower sharing business with Rs14bn investment

LAHORE: Pakistan’s leading conglomerate Engro Corporation has announced that it would make an equity investment of Rs14 billion in the telecom infrastructure...

Pakistan all set to sign trade pacts with CARs: Dawood

GUJRANWALA: Prime Minister’s Adviser on Commerce Abdul Razak Dawood has said the government is taking effective and solid measures to promote regional...

CPPA seeks hike in power price by Rs1.47 per unit

ISLAMABAD: Central Power Purchasing Agency (CPPA) has asked the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) to approve an increase in the price...

New database developed to help Pakistan out of FATF Grey List

For the past month, banks and other financial institutions in Pakistan have been using a domestic politically exposed persons (PEP) database to...

Lucky Cement’s lucky 2021

What is to credit for this growth? Government factors, and their new plant which became operational in December 2019

Cement does well – again

The construction sector’s lobbying went a long way in the cement industry keeping its head up

Confusions galore as Rs 0.75 tax on calls sends telecom industry scrambling

When Finance Minister Shaukat Tarin announced that the government was imposing an additional tax of Rs0.75 on each call exceeding the 5...

War on cash – Will the real payments revolution please stand up?

Contrary to common perception, Pakistanis are absolutely desperate to begin using internet-based payments; will the handful of well-funded fintech startups be able to break through the massive barriers to entry and get Pakistan on the road to its digital revolution?

Did Big Textile’s retail pivot work?

Ten years after the large textile manufacturers made major moves to expand their domestic retail presence, which players have emerged as the largest ones in the Pakistani domestic retail landscape?

Don’t be so surprised, PSX: Image Pakistan is doing well

Stock market investors seem to be taking a liking to embroidered lawn

Dewan Cement is struggling. But why?

In what was supposed to be a record breaking year for the cement industry, Dewan continued to tank