US allies looking to avoid being imposed with Donald Trump’s new tariffs on steel and aluminum may have to increase their financial contributions to Nato, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has suggested
Naveena Group has announced its foray into steel production business by establishing a 300,000 tons per annum (TPA) steel melting and re-rolling mill at Port Qasim in Karachi– Pakistan’s economic hub.
Pakistan on Friday reopened a key trade route with neighboring Afghanistan after a gap of three years — a move that was warmly welcomed by the country’s business community.
President Donald Trump’s requested military parade will likely take place on Veterans Day and stretch between the U.S. Capitol and the White House, a Pentagon memo from this week shows, report CNN and UPI.
Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif on Friday told lawmakers that Pakistani troops have been stationed in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for ‘internal security’ reasons, not to take part in the Yemen war, as other lawmakers had feared.
The New York Times report that Britain on Friday– the last day of Saudi crown prince’s 3-day visit to the UK, approved the sale of 48 highly advanced fighter jets to the Kingdom.
India’s Supreme Court ruled on Friday that individuals had a right to die with dignity, allowing passive euthanasia with guidelines in a landmark verdict.
Markets in Asia moved up following the announcement from the White House that U.S. President Donald Trump plans to meet with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un in May. Vice President Pence says Trump-Kim talks show US strategy is working.
The 11-country Trans-Pacific Partnership was officially signed Thursday in Chile, representing $10 trillion of the global economy. Canada says there will be no special treatment for US if it wants back into pact.
Hyundai had originally planned to set up a plant at BQIP. However, NIP’s bureaucratic issues forced the Korean auto giant to shift investment to the Faisalabad Special Economic Zone (FIEDMC) in Punjab.
Advisor to Pakistan Prime Minister on Finance Dr Miftah Ismail Friday said the present government had added around 12,000 MW additional electricity in the national grid, which would be fully utilized in June.
The All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA) says its members are ready to invest US$7 billion in establishing 1,000 garment manufacturing plants in the country to boost annual production to 3 billion pieces.
The World Bank estimates that Pakistan’s largest metropolitan city Karachi– also its economic hub, needs $9 to $10 billion financing over 10-year period to meet its infrastructure and service delivery requirements.
A total of 213 government officers serving in various ministries, divisions, provincial departments and autonomous bodies hold dual nationality, with some of them assigned to key positions, a report reveals.
Google is celebrating International Women’s Day 2018 with 12 interactive doodles that celebrate the extraordinary lives of everyday women from around the world.
The first ever Container vessel MS TIGER under CPEC project arrived at Gwadar Port. Two Pakistan Navy Ships escorted MS TIGER to the deep sea port in Balochistan province located along the Arabian Sea shoreline.
The Pakistani military announced on 6 March that its army troops shot down an Indian unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that illegally entered Pakistani airspace across the line of control (LoC) in the disputed northern region of Kashmir.
By ZAHID HUSSAIN: GOOD or bad, the Senate election is over, defying all conspiracy theories. Notwithstanding a few upsets, the results were largely predictable though there are some shouts of foul play. The PML-N may have emerged as the single largest party in the house by sweeping almost all the seats up for grabs in […]
China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) hopes to deliver trillions of dollars in infrastructure financing to Asia, Europe, and Africa. If the initiative follows Chinese practices to date for infrastructure financing, then BRI raises the risk of debt distress in some borrower countries,
One of the world’s most famous soft drink companies is diving into another arena with plans to launch its first alcoholic beverage. Coca-Cola is creating a low alcohol canned drink to be launched in Japan.