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Gulf

Gulf News

50 per cent discount on Ramadan groceries starts next week in UAE The Ministry of Economy expects the prices of 10,000 items on shelves in 600 outlets in UAE to be slashed by 25 to 60 per cent and even …

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India

India News This Week

Investment tips: 2019 Lok Sabha elections coming, here’s where you should invest whether Modi loses or wins Indian stocks have been roughed up along with most markets in recent months, but there could soon be reason to cheer. National elections …

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Pakistan

Pakistan News

Chinese project financing will dip to $906mn in fy 2018-19 Project financing from China is expected to dip by more than half to only $906 million during the next fiscal year due to completion of work on some major China-Pakistan …

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Shipping

Shipping News

First-ever independent audited benchmark for container shipping For the first time ever the global container shipping industry will have an independent, audited benchmark thanks to an innovative tie-up between the Baltic Exchange, the most trusted name in freight benchmarking, and …

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Technology

Technology News

PAKISTAN: Uber’s bike-hailing service is now available in Karachi: Uber, the global smartphone app that seamlessly connects riders to drivers, has launched its bike sharing service uberMOTO in Karachi. This service follows the extremely successful launch of uberMOTO in Lahore …

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Commodity

Commodity News

Global steel output soars 4pc in March Global crude steel production rose four percent in March as mills in top producer China ramped up output after winter restrictions were lifted and as US producers took advantage of import tariffs to …

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Gulf

Gulf News

VAT relief for gold on the cards in UAE The UAE’s gold jewellery trade hopes for a surprise in the form of a tax relief to boost sales that have gone into a dismal tailspin following the introduction of value …

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India

India News This Week

Cash crunch: Modi govt, RBI say no shortage, but SBI research pegs shortfall at whopping Rs 70k cr Even as government and Reserve Bank have asserted that there is no currency shortage, SBI Research pegged the cash shortfall in the …

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Pakistan

Pakistan News

Debt-To-GDP ratio to hit 15-year high in Pakistan Pakistan’s public debt in terms of total size of the economy is estimated to jump to a 15-year high of 70.1% by the end of PML-N government’s tenure, exposing the country to …

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Shipping

Shipping News

Dry bulk FFA: panamax in bearish territory Price action in the Panamax index has now entered bearish territory on the daily chart. However, the longer-term picture would suggest we have been in a technical range for the last 7 months …

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