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India

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India becomes one of 8 countries to get waiver on Trump’s Iran sanctions; here’s how India has become one of the eight countries to get a waiver on the sanctions re-imposed on Iran by the Donald Trump administration. United States …

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Pakistan

Pakistan News

Core inflation hits 4-year high in Oct The interest rate is bound to rise further in the next monetary policy announcement as core inflation inched up further to a four-year high of 8.2% in October 2018, according to data released …

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Shipping

Shipping News

Smaller ports pip major ones in cargo traffic growth, share rises to 42 percent Non-major ports are gradually eating into the share of major ports in cargo traffic. Between FY12 and FY18, the share of total cargo traffic held by …

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Technology

Technology News

PAKISTAN NEWS: Global Mapping Giant HERE & TPL Maps to Become Technology Partners: TPL Maps (Pvt) Ltd, Pakistan’s first and largest mapping company has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with HERE Technologies, a global leader in mapping and location …

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Commodity

Commodity News

Oil drops as Us allows Iran sanctions waivers Oil prices fell about 1 percent on Friday and notched a weekly loss of over 6 percent, as investors worried about oversupply after the United States said it will temporarily spare eight …

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Gulf

Gulf News

French food products gaining traction in UAE Food and beverage products from France are gaining momentum in the UAE. French exports to the UAE represent around 400 million euros in sales annually and the leading exports include beverages (30 per …

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India

India News This Week

Modi-Abe summit: PM says Japan most trusted partner for India’s economic modernisation; key things in focus Ahead of India-Japan economic summit scheduled to begin tomorrow, PM Narendra Modi said that Japan is India’s most trusted partner in its economic and …

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Pakistan

Pakistan News

Tax cut on lpg imports turns locally produced gas expensive The government’s decision on reducing taxes on the import of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) has liberalised imports and made the locally produced gas very expensive. The reduction in taxes has …

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Shipping

Shipping News

Maritime regulator faces growing calls for a gradual rollout of clean-fuel rules International maritime regulators begin a new round of meetings on antipollution efforts last week under pressure from the US and other nations to soften implementation of new rules …

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Technology

Technology News

PAKISTAN NEWS: Huawei Launches the Midrange Y9 2019 in Pakistan: It’s that time of the year again. Huawei is bringing their best midranger to the market. The company is gearing to launch the next-level Huawei Y9 2019, the successor to …

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