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(PAGE) is the leading weekly financial magazine of the country for nearly 40 years. It is read widely both nationally and internationally for its coverage of various topics and investigative reporting by the business community, members of the Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad stock exchanges, members of different chambers of commerce and industry, governments officials, professionals, bankers, students and is also subscribed by major libraries around the world.

Social Media Ad Boom Continues

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Despite the fact that platforms such as Facebook and Twitter have come under fire this year for allowing bots and fake profiles to spread false information and sow hatred and division, social media advertising continues to grow in the United …

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China’s Belt and Road investment map

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The fifth anniversary of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) was recently marked in Beijing. This 900 billion U.S. dollar transcontinental development project was launched in the autumn of 2013 when president Xi Jinping proposed the building of the Silk Road Economic …

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Mission of Ali Hajvery Free Drug Bank

Mission of Ali Hajvery Free Drug Bank

Since 2012 Ali Hajvery Free Drug Bank (AHFDB) has restored 800,000 lives by providing free of cost medicines to deserving patients to patients at Mayo, General and Mian Munshi Hospital. The non-profit organization was founded by Dr. Zaheer-ul-Hassan Mir with …

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Stock market at a glance

Stock market at a glance

Market Review The outgoing week remained volatile throughout the week owing to the lack of clarification on monetary assistance from China where KSE100 index exhibited a decline of 1.5%WoW to 41,389pts. Additionally, market participation remained dull as evident from ADT …

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Stock Watch

Stock Watch

Vagueness over Chinese and IMF packages keep bulls away, index declines by 1.5% wow Summary Lack of preparedness and planning over the Chinese and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) packages on the part of the government was badly exposed to …

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