A growing Muslim population and rising non-Muslim interest in halal products is a market waiting to be captured
Pakistan’s largest bank announces a big push into branchless banking, investments in technology infrastructure
The battle between China’s internet giants is about to come to Pakistan, and transform the country’s tech industry… but who will it be good for?
The company will increase its production capacity to 3.4 million tons per year, with a new plant expected to come online by June 2019
How having a former hydrocarbon company CEO as finance minister will shape the government’s approach to Pakistan’s biggest economic challenge
From an academic to leading Punjab’s digital revolution, PITB Chairman Umar Saif has overseen the largest land record digitisation in Pakistan in an effort to not just end corruption and land grabbing but in a bid to promote land as a liquid asset
Growth in its core, high-margin business requires the company to expand into the low-margin, high-volume business of selling fuel to retail consumers
Allegations of money laundering and illicit payoffs continue to haunt this transaction, suggesting there may be more than a simple bank merger going on
CLSA, a subsidiary of a Chinese state-owned company CITIC, has acquired a stake in Bank Alfalah’s securities trading arm Alfalah Securities
Not the most highbrow or fashionable of either the bakeries or restaurants, Shezan has the kind of consistency and reliability that makes it stand out and rub shoulders with the best of the best in business
Coca Cola may be the global giant, but it remains the underdog in Pakistan; Coke Studio, however, is helping the company catch up in market share with its rival
The financial costs of opposing the blasphemy law in Pakistan?
To save water, the country needs to replace its age-old method of irrigating crops with improved yield and quality being tangible benefits
One of Pakistan’s leading bankers, Lawai’s career continues to be dogged by allegations of money laundering and illegal activities
Rendered uncompetitive owing to high utility prices, the Pakistan textile exports still make an appreciable surge