A potential takeover leaves Ravi’s staff stumped; unclear what direction the company will take next
The largest bank by assets in Saudi Arabia is entering Pakistan. This is not the bank’s first brush with Pakistanis
The energy company may be looking at the acquisition as a backdoor public listing on the Pakistan Stock Exchange
Previously, the Wilmar unit held 11.01pc stake in Unity Foods which it acquired in May 2019 equivalent to 59,905,187 shares of the company
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It has been speculated that around 5 to 6 international firms have approached the federal government to reach an arrangement for the privatisation and revival of PSM.
This divestment would rank as the country’s largest privatization deal since 2005 when Etisalat acquired a controlling stake in Pakistan Telecommunications Limited (PTCL) for $2.6 billion
At the end of July, Inner Mongolia Yili Industrial Group Co had submitted an investment intention letter to acquire a 51 percent majority stake in Fauji Foods
A move by Actis to take control of Abraaj Private Equity Fund IV had hit a stumbling block as the British firm sought legal protection from any claims surrounding allegations of missing money, three sources close to the matter said earlier
The company was founded in 1978 and is based in Lahore and is a subsidiary of Pattoki Sugar Mills Limited
On December 21st, as per regulations, Shanghai Electric withdrew its offer due to lapse in the prescribed time period for making a public announcement of the offer
On news of SEP’s delegation meeting with the PM, led to a surge in selling and buying of K-Electric shares and it ended Friday as the market volume leader with 13.90 million shares traded
Johnson and Phillips have a market capitalization of Rs343.90 million and counts itself amongst the first foreign company to have opened an office in Pakistan after independence in August 1947
The acquisition will be done in separate transactions with International Finance Corp (IFC) and Engro Corp and will include a 29 percent share it had already said it would buy in July, the company said in a statement