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YEAR 2015

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(Issue 21, May 25 - 31, 2015)

HBL-NBP READY TO FINANCE RS84 BILLION FOR SHEIKHUPURA POWER PLANT
CHINA’S INVESTMENTS IN PAKISTAN’S ENERGY SECTOR -- A SIGNIFICANT MOVE
HUBCO’S SIGNIFICANT PROJECTS, ROLE TO OVERCOME ENERGY CRISIS
RESOLUTION FOR ENERGY CRISIS IN PAKISTAN
INTEREST RATE DROPS TO HISTORIC LOW AT 7 PERCENT
ALTERNATIVE ENERGY PROJECTS IN PAKISTAN SUGGESTING THE POTENTIAL OF THE NATION
CHINESE INVESTMENT IN NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS K2 & K3 TO ADD 2200MW TO NATIONAL GRID
WIND POWER PROJECTS – ENCOURAGING, HOWEVER A QUESTION IN WAKE OF LNG?
OIL AND GAS SECTOR ENJOYING LIBERAL INVESTMENT REGIME AND MAKING SUCCESSFUL BUSINESSES
PAKISTAN’S PHARMA SECTOR GROWING HANDSOMELY BUT HEALTH SEVERELY UNDERPERFORMING
KE’S OPERATION BURQ – DIFFERENT COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL USERS

(Issue 20, May 18 - 24, 2015)

EFFICIENT PUBLIC SPENDING ON HEALTH CARE – AN IMPERATIVE NEED FOR SUSTAINED ECONOMIC GROWTH
LONG-TERM SUPPORT AND DEVELOPMENTS BY AGHA KHAN’S NETWORK IN PAKISTAN
NEED TO BREATHE NEW LIFE INTO EXTENSIVE HEALTHCARE SYSTEM OF PUNJAB
GOVT HOSPITALS IN NEED OF GOOD SANITARY CONDITIONS
PAKISTAN’S HEALTHCARE CONCERNS
TRANSFORMING DREAMS TO REALITY: THE INDUS HOSPITAL’S MIRACULOUS JOURNEY
FAKT PROVIDES A BRIDGE BETWEEN PAKISTAN AND FOREIGN INVESTORS
FIRST-EVER LIVER CANCER TREATMENT FACILITY IN PAKISTAN
HEALTH HAS BECOME LUXURY
AMANAMBULANCES – SAVING LIVES, TRANSFORMING A MILLION MORE

(Issue 19, May 11 - 17, 2015)

PROGRESS AND REGRESS OF PRIME MINISTER’S YOUTH LOAN SCHEME
LUMS CENTER FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP CREATES 121 DIRECT AND 350 INDIRECT JOBS
NAEEM AHMED – CEO, EMIRATES SUPPLY CHAIN SERVICES (PVT) LTD
MUCH TALENT, MANY HURDLES -- PAKISTAN AT AN ENTREPRENEURIAL STANDSTILL?
PLAN9 - PAKISTAN'S LARGEST TECHNOLOGY INCUBATOR AIMING TO FACILITATE TECHNOLOGICAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
AN ENCOURAGING MOVE TOWARDS YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP GROWTH
INNOVATION AND NURTURING CREATIVITY AMONG CHILDREN TO THINK OUT OF THE BOX IS CRUCIAL
BUSINESS INCUBATION IN PAKISTAN – OPTIONS AND OPPORTUNITIES
AMPLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR LONG TERM INVESTMENT, IT SECTOR SET TO TRANSFORM
IMPARTING EMPLOYABLE SKILLS AND EDUCATION TO LESS-PRIVILEGED SEGMENTS OF SOCIETY
RELUCTANCE TO SELF-FUND UNDERMINES ENTREPRENEURSHIP

(Issue 18, May 4 - 10, 2015)

MEDIA MATURITY -- A FUNCTION OF COUNTRY’S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
IMPACT OF MARKETING CAMPAIGNS ON ECONOMY AND SOCIETY
KNOWLEDGE BASED DILIGENCE, RIGHT MAN ON THE RIGHT PLACE KEY TO TURN AROUND UNDER PERFORMING GOVT ORGANIZATIONS
INFLUENCE OF ELECTRONIC MEDIA ON THE EDUCATION SECTOR IN PAKISTAN
MEDIA’S POSITIVE EFFECT ON CHILDREN
POWER OF CONVENTIONAL MEDIA ERODING FAST
INTERNATIONAL MEDIA CONFERENCE -- ONE WORLD, ONE MEDIA CALLS FOR JOURNALISTS SAFETY AND HEALTH INSURANCE
MEDIA TO BE REGULATED BY CODE OF ETHICS
PEMRA FACILITATES GROWTH OF FREE AND FAIR MEDIA
MERGER OF TROUBLED KASB BANK WITH BANKISLAMI A VIABLE SOLUTION — SBP
WARM AND AMICABLE RELATIONS WITH KENYA

GROWTH CHALLENGES FOR PAKISTAN’S TELEVISION INDUSTRY

PR AND COMMUNICATION HOUSES IN PAKISTAN WELL-DIVERSIFIED NOW

(Issue 17, Apr 27 - May 3, 2015)

PAKISTAN NOT CLOSE IN MEETING 2015 EDUCATION GOALS
PRIVATE SCHOOLS CONTRIBUTION TOWARDS PROMOTION OF EDUCATION
TCF ENDEAVORS TO BRING A POSITIVE CHANGE IN THE SOCIETY
ONLINE TECHNOLOGY AVAILABLE TO GET ACCESS TO FREE AND QUALITY EDUCATION
KPK EDUCATION A MODEL FOR OTHER PROVINCES
EDUCATION FOR ELITES ONLY
STATE OF EDUCATION IN BALOCHISTAN
CONCERNED STUDENTS CAN HELP COMPLETING INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS, SOLVING PROBLEMS
IS EDUCATIONAL DIVIDE REALLY DAMAGING?
SZABIST: DISCOVER YOURSELF WITH AN IMPECCABLE PLATFORM
JOBLESS YOUTH – A GRAVEST SOCIAL, ECONOMIC PROBLEM

PUNJAB EDUCATION FOUNDATION -- A SUCCESSFUL LAUNCH PAD IN PROVIDING GRATIS, QUALITY EDUCATION

THE CONTINUOUS STEADY IMPORTANCE TO EDUCATION IN PAKISTAN
COHERENT, LONG TERM PLAN COULD DO BETTER THE EDUCATION SYSTEM OF PAKISTAN

(Issue 16, Apr 20 - 26, 2015)

PRE BUDGET 2015-16: PREDICTABLE ASSESSMENT
IMF’S RESERVATION ON SBP AUTONOMY
WITH KEEN FOCUS ON GROWTH, THIS YEAR BUDGET SHOULD BE BUSINESS AND INVESTOR-FRIENDLY
IMPORT OF USED CARS — AN UNFAIR ADVANTAGE AT THE COST OF DOMESTIC INDUSTRY
NEED TO ENHANCE LISTED CAPITAL RATHER THAN COMPANIES
EDUCATION, HEALTH, SECURITY – THE TOP PRIORITIES IN BALOCHISTAN BUDGET
BUSINESS COMMUNITY URGES THE GOVERNMENT TO FOCUS ON OVERCOMING ENERGY CRISES IN BUDGET 2015-16
THE EFFECTS OF GROWTH-BASED FISCAL POLICY
BUDGET PROPOSALS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2015-16
OVERSEAS INVESTORS SUGGEST GOVT  TO FOCUS ON LARGE SCALE INVESTMENT ESPECIALLY FDI
NEW BUDGET SHOULD BE BUSINESS-FRIENDLY, PROMOTES INDUSTRIALIZATION
MAKING BANKS ROBUST
SCOPE IN THE GROWTH OF MICRO FINANCING IN BALOCHISTAN
PRO-POOR, BUSINESS AND INVESTMENT FRIENDLY BUDGET WILL GIVE IMPETUS TO THE ECONOMIC GROWTH
NEED TO FOCUS ON TEXTILE EXPORT SECTOR
CEMENT INDUSTRY — A MAJOR PART OF THE ECONOMY FEELS PINCH OF HIGH RATES
LESSONS FROM KOREA’S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: VISIONARY LEADER AND NATIONAL UNITY WITH SACRIFICES

(Issue 15, Apr 13 - 19, 2015)

FAST-EXPANDING HALAL FOOD MARKET
PAKISTANIS ARE CAPABLE OF MAKING POSITIVE CHANGE IN GLOBAL FOOD BUSINESS
CREDIBILITY KEY TO GRAB HALAL FOOD MARKET
INVESTING INTO HALAL MEAT BRING IMPETUS TO PAKISTAN’S FOREX
PAKISTAN SHOULD INTENSIFY ITS PENETRATION IN GLOBAL HALAL MARKET
HOW PAKISTAN CAN BE A HUB OF TRADE OF HALAL FOOD PRODUCTS?
PAKISTAN ENJOYS ENORMOUS POTENTIAL TO BECOME LEADING HALAL FOOD SUPPLIER
DAIRY SECTOR CAN CONTRIBUTE AROUND $4-6BN ANNUALLY TO PAKISTAN'S ECONOMY
THE ULTIMATE FATE OF GROWING GLOBAL MARKET FOR HALAL FOOD
SEAFOOD -- A PROSPECTIVE WEALTH OF BALOCHISTAN

(Issue 14, Apr 6 - 12, 2015)

EDUCATION REVOLUTION IN PUNJAB AROUND THE CORNER AS EVERY CHILD TO BE ENROLLED BY 2018
EDUCATION: THE MONEY MINTING GAME
IMC FOCUSING ON HUMAN CAPITAL
EQUIVALENT EDUCATION SYSTEM CAN MAKE PAKISTAN A GREAT WORKFORCE
HIGHER EDUCATION COST IS PROHIBITIVELY HIGHER
HUMAN CAPITAL EVALUATION TECHNIQUES
HRD: AN IMPORTANT PART OF LONG-TERM PLANNING
BUDGET 2015-16 EXPECTED TO EASE DOING BUSINESS CULTURE
EDUCATION BUDGET IS STILL UNDER TWO PERCENT OF THE GDP
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT WITHIN PAKISTAN — WHERE WE LACK?
HUMAN CAPITAL -- A DECEPTIVE MEASURE OF WORLD ECONOMIC POTENTIAL
EDUCATION HOLDS THE KEY TO HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
PAKISTAN NEEDS TO REFORM HUMAN RESOURCE SYSTEM TO BECOME DEVELOPED NATION
PAKISTAN GREATLY NEEDS TO BRING THE PERCENTAGE OF SKILLED LABOR HIGHER TO BOOST ITS HUMAN CAPITAL
CIMA’S CHIEF EXECUTIVE CHARLES TILLEY VISITS PAKISTAN
PAKISTAN’S YOUNG ARDENT TO LEARN AND TAKING INTEREST IN THE GROWTH OF HUMAN RESOURCE

(Issue 13, Mar 30 - Apr 5, 2015)

PAKISTAN’S TELECOM MARKET CONTINUES TO LURE FOREIGN INVESTMENT
MOBILE BANKING TAKING AN IMPETUS IN PAKISTAN
M-GOVERNMENT CONCEPT IS TAKING ITS ROOTS SPEEDILY IN PAKISTAN
PRODUCTIVE USE OF IT, RELATED SERVICES REMAIN UNSATISFACTORY
ICT- BANKING INDUSTRY IS THE BEST BENEFICIARY
TERMINOS T24: BEST BANKING SOLUTION IN THE WORLD
PAKISTAN FAR BEHIND IN TAKING UP E-BUSINESS
ICT CONVERGENCE REVOLUTION IN PAKISTAN
GWADAR PORT NOT JUST A PORT BUT A GLOBAL NECESSITY
REAL ESTATE CLASSIFIED PORTALS BECOME INCREASINGLY POPULAR AFTER 3G/4G SERVICES
ICT DEVELOPMENT CAN TAKE BALOCHISTAN INTO DIGITAL ERA
GLOBAL TRENDS IN ICT DEVELOPMENT
TECHNOLOGY BECOMING INTEGRAL PART OF OUR LIFE
DEVELOPING LOCAL CONTENTS, APPLICATION WILL PAYBACK BANDWIDTH PROLIFERATION IN PAKISTAN

(Issue 12, Mar 23 - 29, 2015)

SBP REDUCES THE POLICY RATE FROM 8.50 TO 8 PERCENT
VISION OF FEDERATION IN PAKISTAN RESOLUTION
BUILDING OF MICRO-HYDRO PROJECTS CAN MEET FUTURE ENERGY CHALLENGES
NEED OF NICENESS OF PAKISTAN’S EDUCATION SYSTEM
KSE JOURNEY THROUGH THE HISTORY
EVOLUTION OF BANKING IN PAKISTAN: 1947 TO 2015
CAA IS WELL EQUIPPED TO RESPOND AND CATER TO NEEDS OF INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS OVER PAKISTAN AIR SPACE
EASE OF DOING BUSINESS IN PAKISTAN STILL NEED IMPROVEMENT
SOCIOPOLITICAL DEFICIT -- 69 YEARS OF THE CREATION OF PAKISTAN
REVIEWING PERFORMANCE OF PAKISTAN MARKET
HOW TO DEVELOP FISHERIES ON MODERN LINES IN BALOCHISTAN?
NEEDS TO FOCUS ON RESEARCH IN AGRICULTURE FIELDS
NEW NATIONAL AVIATION POLICY TO ENCOURAGE PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP, OPENS UP GROWTH
KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA – THE NEW GEOLOGICAL FRONTIER FOR OIL, NATURAL GAS AND LPG
INVESTMENT IN HEALTH SECTORS HAS A LONG LASTING EFFECT
REDUCTION IN OIL, GHEE PRICES – PUNJAB GOVT ENSURES RELIEF TO COMMON MAN

(Issue 11, Mar 16 - 22, 2015)

PAKISTAN’S REAL ESTATE INDUSTRY CURRENTLY ENJOYING BOOMING PHASE
TRUST BUILDING A PRE-REQUISITE BEFORE OPENING NEW TRADE ROUTES
LAHORE SET TO BECOME ‘ATTAINABLE CITY’ OF PAKISTAN
PAKISTAN WELL PLACED TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF ‘NEW CAPITALISM’ IN MANNER FOR ECONOMIC PROGRESS, PROSPERITY
THAR COAL – ON-TRACK TOWARDS EXECUTION
BUILDERS CATERING TO THE NEEDS OF AFFLUENT ONLY
FINANCIAL LEADERS ASSEMBLE TO SHARE INSIGHTS
PAKISTAN’S REAL ESTATE MARKET LIKELY TO REGISTER GAINS THIS YEAR
EXPANSION OF SLUM AREAS AND HIGH PROPERTY PRICES
HOUSING: A NEGLECTED SECTOR
STRATEGY TO EXPAND MOBILE BANKING
HIGH INTEREST RATES REMAIN A MAJOR HURDLE IN CONSUMER FINANCING GROWTH
PAKISTAN’S IT SECTOR IS MATURING AND SET TO EXPAND

(Issue 10, Mar 9 - 15, 2015)

DEMANDING TIME FOR THE PROSPECT OF BALOCHISTAN’S OIL AND GAS SECTOR
SOLUTION TO PAKISTAN’S ENERGY CRISIS
NUCLEAR POWER KEY TO ECONOMIC WOES OF PAKISTAN
KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA – THE NEW GEOLOGICAL FRONTIER FOR OIL, NATURAL GAS AND LPG
GOVT MUST TAKE LONG TERM MEASURES TO MAKE ENERGY SECTOR ATTRACTIVE FOR INVESTMENT
EXPLORATION OF MINERALS CAN ENSURE A BRIGHT FUTURE FOR THE COMING GENERATIONS
GOVT ATTACHING HIGH PRIORITY TO EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION SECTOR
MAKING USE OF RICH MINERAL RESOURCES IN BALOCHISTAN
HARNESSING WIND POWER PROJECTS AND POLICIES
FIRST FLOATING STORAGE AND RE-GASIFICATION UNIT ARRIVES AT PORT QASIM
SWITCHING OVER TO COAL-BASED POWER GENERATION
AN ALTERNATE AND VITAL ENERGY SOURCE
FALLING OIL PRICES: WHO ARE THE WINNERS AND LOSERS?
PROMOTING WIND POWER GENERATION
QATAR ECONOMY – STRONG SAVINGS BASE TO NEUTRALIZE OIL SLUMP EFFECT

(Issue 9, Mar 2 - 8, 2015)

PAK-CHINA COOPERATION IN INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS
CHINA’S ACHIEVEMENTS SOURCE OF PRIDE AND INSPIRATION FOR PAKISTAN, REGION
FAST TRACK MOVEMENT ON ENERGY FRONT IN PAKISTAN
GROWING CHINESE STAKES IN GWADAR
WIND POWER PROJECTS BEST SOLUTION TO MEET ENERGY CRISIS
POWER PROJECTS OF 10,400 MW TO ACHIEVE FINANCIAL CLOSE WITH CHINESE LENDERS IN MARCH
EXPO PAKISTAN TO GENERATE BUSINESS AND INCREASE EXPORT AND INVESTMENT
PROLIFIC PAK-CHINA RELATIONSHIP
CHINA SET TO PROVIDE MORE FAVORABLE CONCESSIONS UNDER FTA
MORE EXTENSIVE INPUT OF STAKEHOLDERS NEEDED TO OVERCOME INSURANCE DILEMMA
GULF FOOD CREATES A MARKET FOR FOOD EXPORTERS

(Issue 8, Feb 23 - Mar 1, 2015)

PAKISTAN LOSES SECOND MATCH OF WORLD CUP 2015
CONSUMER ASSETS ON A RISE, NPL ON A DECLINE
HINDRANCE IN THE PROGRESS OF CONSUMER FINANCING
CONSUMERISM BECOMING REALITY FOR PAKISTAN AND WILL YIELD HIGH END BENEFITS FOR ECONOMY
HOUSING FINANCE: MAKING A DREAM COMES TRUE
CONSUMER FINANCING GAINING STRENGTH
LNG TERMINAL -- NEWEST VENTURE AND IMPRESSIVE ADDITION TO ENGRO GROUP
SLASHING OF INTEREST RATE A GOOD OMEN FOR TRADE AND INDUSTRY
BANKS RELUCTANT IN UNDERTAKING CONSUMER FINANCE
SBP TO SCALE-UP WAREHOUSE RECEIPT FINANCING MECHANISM AND AGRICULTURE FINANCING TO UNDER-SERVED PROVINCES
IMPACT OF LOW MARKUP RATE ON PAKISTAN’S ECONOMY
CONSUMERISM NOT ONLY FAVOR MATERIAL PROSPERITY BUT EFFECTS PEOPLE AND SOCIETY AT LARGE

CONSUMER CREDIT AND CONSUMER PROTECTION MISERY

AJMAN FREE ZONE ATTRACTS INVESTMENT FROM PAKISTAN

(Issue 7, Feb 16 - 22, 2015)

IRAN MOVES FORWARD ON THE PATH OF GLORY
ICC WORLD CUP 2015 CONTEST A THRILLING CHARIOT RACE IN BEN HUR MOULD
PROJECT OF MINERAL RESOURCES IN CHINIOT-RAJWA WILL BE A GAME CHANGER FOR THE COUNTRY’S ECONOMY
PAKISTAN ECONOMIC OUTLOOK
POSITIVE OUTLOOK FOR PAKISTAN’S ECONOMY THIS YEAR
GOVT’S RIGID PLANS TO MEET ENERGY NEEDS
BUMPY ROAD AHEAD FOR BANKS
PAKISTAN AND GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS
PAKISTAN NEEDS STRATEGIC APPROACH TO CASH TRUE SEAFOOD EXPORT POTENTIAL
EXPO PAKISTAN 2015 AND MY KARACHI OASIS OF HARMONY: ALL IS SET FOR TWO UPCOMING MEGA EVENTS
PAKISTAN MARKET REVIEW AND OUTLOOK
IMPACT OF REDUCED OIL PRICES ON ECONOMY OF PAKISTAN

IN THE AFTERMATH OF RECOVERY

AJMAN FREE ZONE DELEGATION SET TO VISIT PAKISTAN
QATAR FACING INFLATIONARY BUILD-UP
IPGDL TAKES A TOP PRIORITY TO ENCOURAGE HEALTH AND EDUCATION IN CATCHMENT AREAS
GLOOMY PICTURE OF TOURISM IN BALOCHISTAN
UNDERSTANDING OF VALUE AND CREDIBILITY OF PUBLIC RELATIONS ON THE MOVE

(Issue 6, Feb 9 - 15, 2015)

CHINESE INVESTMENT SPEARHEADING IN PUNJAB
PUNJAB THE HUB OF ECONOMY
LCCI ACTS AS A BRIDGE BETWEEN THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY AND REGULATORY BODIES
IMF SCALES UP GDP GROWTH RATE OF PAKISTAN
RESCUE 1122 A SUCCESS STORY IN PUNJAB
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT IN PUNJAB
PUNJAB GOVT -- A SYMBOL OF GOOD GOVERNANCE UNDER SHAHBAZ SHARIF
IMPORTANCE OF PUNJAB FOR THE GROWTH OF ECONOMY
PUNJAB LAND OF FIVE RIVERS: THE MOST INDUSTRIALIZED PROVINCE OF PAKISTAN
EMERGING ECONOMIC HUBS IN PUNJAB
GOVT MAKING STERLING PROGRESS; STILL NEEDS INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO PROVIDE INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES
TEVTA ON THE RIGHT PATH IN MEETING TRAINED HUMAN RESOURCE REQUIREMENT OF INDUSTRY AND TRADE

DEVELOPMENT IN PUNJAB: HYPE OR REALITY?

LNG PARK ON THE CARDS
COMMITMENT IN PRINCIPLE TO OVERCOME HEALTH INEQUALITIES
MAJOR INDUSTRIAL HUBS OF PUNJAB

(Issue 5, Feb 2 - 8, 2015)

STIFF CHALLENGE OVER INFLUX OF CHINESE STEEL PRODUCTS

NATIONAL STEEL POLICY IS NEEDED TO DEVELOP AND PROTECT STEEL INDUSTRY IN PAKISTAN
ENHANCEMENT IN REGULATORY DUTY CRUCIALLY NEEDED; STEEL INDUSTRY HAS POTENTIAL TO GROW
QUALITY CONCERNS ON IMPORTED STEEL BILLETS AND BARS
CONDITIONS SUITABLE TO GIVE UP PRIVATIZATION OF PSM
MAN OF STEEL
STATE OF PAKISTAN’S STEEL SECTOR
STEEL INDUSTRY HAS PLENTY OF ROOM TO GROW BUT STILL IN INFANCY AND NEED PROTECTION
EARTHQUAKE RESISTING STEEL A MUST TO AVERT DISASTERS
EARTHQUAKE (SEISMIC) VULNERABILITY – IMPLICATION OF USE OF SUB STANDARD REINFORCING STEEL IN CONSTRUCTION IN PAKISTAN
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN PRACTICE
CONSTANT MEDICAL EDUCATION IN PAKISTAN SET TO GROW, BUDGET AND POLICY SHOULD BE REFORMED

CSR A MISSION OR A RITUAL?

MARKET EXPANSION CAN BE ACHIEVED BY INVESTMENT IN HUMAN CAPITAL, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
PUBLIC-PRIVATE SECTOR EYEING OPPORTUNITY TO MEET COUNTRY’S STEEL DEMAND
CSR: A PREREQUISITE FOR GOOD GOVERNANCE
CONCEPT OF GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPING IN PAKISTAN
PAKISTANI COMPANIES STILL LACKING CSR PRACTISE

(Issue 4, Jan 26 - Feb 1, 2015)

EMERGING ASIAN ECONOMY – ‘MARITIME PERSPECTIVE’
OBSTACLES FACED BY THE LOGISTICS INDUSTRY
OIL PRICE CRASH HELPS SBP TO BRING INTEREST RATE TO SINGLE DIGIT
ROBUST INFRASTRUCTURE A MUST FOR ACCELERATING GDP GROWTH RATE
CHINA’S PROWESS IN INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT CAN BE A BEST MODEL FOR PAKISTAN
GWADAR PORT CAN BOOST INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT IN BALOCHISTAN
ACM GOLD & FOREX TRADING HAS OFFICES IN 17 COUNTRIES
PAKISTAN-CHINA ECONOMIC CORRIDOR: A GAME CHANGER PROJECT
LOGISTICS AND INFRASTRUCTURE CAPACITY – THE BACKBONE OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS VITAL FOR GROWTH OF PAKISTAN TRADE
THE VITAL WAYS OF ATTRACTING FOREIGN INVESTMENT
PAKISTAN SHOWS BIGGEST GAINS IN GLOBAL LOGISTICS INDEX

SLUGGISH LOGISTIC DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES IN PAKISTAN

THE SIGNIFICANCE OF PAK-CHINA COOPERATION IN INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

(Issue 3, Jan 19 - 25, 2015)

UPCOMING MONETARY POLICY – STRATEGY FOR BANKS

FORMULATING A REALISTIC MONETARY POLICY
SOFTENING OF MONETARY STANCE VITAL TO MAKE KSE-100 INDEX A TOP PERFORMER IN THE REGION
INTEREST RATES CUT WILL GIVE FURTHER BOOST TO CORPORATE PROFITABILITY, STOCK MARKET SENTIMENTS
ARE PAKISTANIS BENEFITING FROM DECLINING OIL PRICES?
INFLATION AND INTEREST RATE HAVING NO NEXUS
STEEP FALL IN OIL PRICES PUSH INFLATION DOWN, HIGHER CUT IN MONETARY POLICY LIKELY
CONSUMER FINANCING: A FUNCTION OF INTEREST RATE
HOW INTEREST RATES CAN HELP THE COUNTRY ACHIEVE A POSITIVE GDP RATE?
HIGH DISCOUNT RATE NO MORE SUSTAINABLE

DAZZLING COLORS OF A BOOMING ECONOMY

OIL PRICE IMPACT

(Issue 2, Jan 12 - 18, 2015)

REMITTANCES KEEP ON GROWING AMID ALL THE ODDS
OVERSEAS PAKISTANIS DESERVE BETTER TREATMENT
HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT KEY TO SUSTAINABLE GROWTH IN EXPORTS, HOME REMITTANCES AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES
GOVT’S PRI INITIATIVE MAKING VALUE AND BRINGING INCREASE IN WORKER’S REMITTANCES
HOW DOES THE HAWALA SYSTEM OPERATE IN PAKISTAN?
WORKERS’ REMITTANCES INTO PAKISTAN: AN UPWARD TREND
NBP TAKES A LEAD IN ACCELERATING HOME REMITTANCES
PAKISTAN’S FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES LIKELY TO CROSS $17BN MARK
GLOBAL DEMAND FOR SKILLED MAN POWER IN ISLAMIC FINANCE
GROWING EXTERNAL DEBT

GLOBAL REMITTANCES BUSINESS

EXPANSION OF REMITTANCES THROUGH BANKING CHANNELS REMAINS A MAJOR IMPEDIMENT
MIGRANT REMITTANCES HOLD THE KEY TO PAKISTAN’S ECONOMIC BALANCE AND SUSTAINABILITY

(Issue 1, Jan 5 - 11, 2015)

GLOBAL FOOD CHAINS DOMINATING PAKISTAN’S FAST FOOD INDUSTRY
FWBL CONSOLIDATING RESOURCES TO BECOME COMMERCIALLY VIABLE ENTITY — EXCLUSIVE FOCUS FOR WOMEN EMPOWERMENT
GROWING NUMBER OF INTERNATIONAL FOOD CHAINS IN PAKISTAN
BALOCHISTAN: AN ULTIMATE LAND FOR SHRIMP FARMING, GROWTH PROSPECT
EMERGING FAST FOOD INDUSTRY IN PAKISTAN
NEED FOR IMPROVING VALUE CHAIN
INVESTMENT LIKELY TO CONTINUE IN PAKISTAN BUT HAVE NEED OF PROPER ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT
FOCUSING ON HALAL FOOD
CONSUMING MUCH OF INCOME ON FOOD, BEVERAGES
LAHORE LIVES TO ITS HISTORY: A FOOD HEAVEN FOR EATERS

THE NONSTOP FOOD INSECURITY AND HUNGER PROBLEMS

PAKISTANI EXPORTERS FORESEE POSITIVE GROWTH OF FOOD ITEMS THIS YEAR
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YEAR 2014

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(Issue 52, Dec 29, 2014 - Jan 4, 2015)

MIXED ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE IN 2014

THE ECONOMIC SWEET AND SOUR OF THE CALENDAR YEAR 2014
OIL PRICE COLLAPSE -- EVENT OF THE YEAR 2014 HAVE MULTIPLIER EFFECTS ON DEVELOPING ECONOMIES INCLUDING PAKISTAN
GOVT EYING ON INCREASING TEXTILE EXPORTS UNDER NEW PROPOSED TEXTILE POLICY
PERFORMANCE OF PAKISTAN IN 2014
PROPER UTILIZATION OF PUBLIC MONEY CAN HELP ENHANCE TRADE AND INVESTMENT ACTIVITIES
PERFORMANCE OF PAKISTAN STOCK MARKET
SECURITY CHALLENGES FOR BALOCHISTAN IN 2015
ASSESSING RECENT TRENDS IN BANKING SECTOR
PAKISTAN CAN SAVE Rs600 BILLION ON REDUCED OIL PRICES

SLAUGHTER OF THE INNOCENTS

GROWTH CHALLENGES FOR BRANCHLESS BANKING IN PAKISTAN

FALLING OIL PRICES A POSITIVE IMPACT ON THE ECONOMY

OPPRESSED YEAR FOR AGRICULTURE, URGENT FARM MACHANIZATION NEEDED

IMF REVIEWS PAKISTAN ECONOMY

TEXTILES AND CLOTHING INDUSTRY REMAINS UNDER PRESSURE

CHINA EXTENDING ITS BUSINESS AND TRADE TENTACLES

INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS BY INSURANCE SECTOR TO COPE WITH LAW & ORDER SITUATION IN PAKISTAN

(Issue 51, Dec 22 - 28, 2014)

TAPPING BALOCHISTAN’S SOLAR ENERGY POTENTIAL CAN HELP OVERCOME POWER DEMAND

SOLAR POWER FUTURE IN PAKISTAN
SOLAR POWER OFFERS FOREIGN INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY IN PAKISTAN—DR NASIM
GLITTERY PAKISTAN’S TEXTILE SECTOR HANGS ON POWER, REBATE ISSUES
EXPLORING SOLAR ENERGY OPTION
CHEERFUL RELIEF OVER THE IMPORT OF SOLAR PANELS
SOLAR POWER OPTION
SEVERE ENERGY CRISES MAKING HINDRANCE IN PROGRESS OF TEXTILE SECTOR
SOLAR ENERGY -- AN INEXPENSIVE ENERGY OF THE FUTURE
NEED FOR CHANGING ENERGY MIX

TERRORISM ERODING THE COUNTRY’S SOCIAL STRUCTURE, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND POLITICAL SYSTEM

NO END TO CIRCULAR DEBT

(Issue 50, Dec 15 - 21, 2014)

DECLINING OIL PRICES A POSITIVE IMPACT ON THE WORLD’S ECONOMY

ARE PAKISTANIS BENEFITING FROM DECLINE IN GLOBAL OIL PRICE?
OIL AND GAS PROSPECTS – FUTURE IS ON PAKISTAN SIDE
OIL PRICE CUT HELPS SAVE RS 27 BILLION LAST MONTH
THE SNAKE EYE: OIL
THE IMPACT OF LOWER OIL PRICES WORLDWIDE AND ON PAKISTAN
OIL PRICE CRASH — A SIGH OF RELIEF TO INFLATION-HIT ECONOMIES — A BOON FOR PAKISTAN ECONOMY
PAK-RUSSIA DEFENSE RELATIONS A MILESTONE; BILATERAL TIES LIKELY TO BE STRENGTHENED
GLOBAL OIL PRICE PLUNGING BELOW US$60 A BARREL
REDUCTION IN OIL PRICES A HEALTHY SIGN FOR PAKISTAN’S ECONOMY

IMPLICATIONS OF RECENT HIKE IN GAS TARIFF FOR DIFFERENT INDUSTRIES

BACK TO GOLD?

(Issue 49, Dec 8 - 14, 2014)

RURAL WOMEN HANG AROUND CULTURAL TABOOS AND SOCIAL NORMS

EMPOWERING WOMEN FINANCIALLY
WOMEN EMPOWERMENT: A KEY PHENOMENON IN BRINGING SUSTAINABLE SOCIO ECONOMIC PROGRESS
VARYING DIMENSIONS OF ECONOMIC INTEGRATION THROUGH GLOBALIZATION
ECONOMIC INDEPENDENCE GREATLY CONTRIBUTING TOWARDS EMPOWERING WOMEN
IMPORTANCE OF WOMEN EMPOWERMENT
WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP LACKS RECOGNITION, SUPPORT
IDEAS 2014: THE DEFENSE EXHIBITION BUILDS UP IMAGE OF PAKISTAN
MUCH NEEDED WOMEN ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT
FEMALE ENTREPRENEURSHIP STEADILY RISING IN PAKISTAN; NEED TO ENGAGE, SUPPORT GROWING UP YOUTH
VICTIMS OF VIOLENCE IN DIFFERENT FORMS
US COMMITTED OF INVESTING IN PAKISTAN
MATERNAL MORTALITY RATE REMAINS UNACCEPTABLY HIGH

OMNI PRESENT GENDER DISCRIMINATION

(Issue 48, Dec 1 - 7, 2014)

PTCL LEADS ICT SECTOR OF PAKISTAN

BALOCHISTAN TAKES DIM START TO OVERALL FAST GROWING CELLULAR MARKETS IN PAKISTAN
EVER GROWING TELCO DISTRIBUTION NETWORK
CONSUMERS PROTECTION IN TELECOM: A RIGHT STEP TAKEN
DEVELOPMENT OF COMPUTER HARDWARE INDUSTRY CAN USHER ROBUST BOOST TO THE ECONOMIC REVIVAL
ISLAMIC BANKING TAKING OVER, GROWING IN DOUBLE DIGIT COMPARED TO CONVENTIONAL BANKING
GROWTH OF TELECOMMUNICATION CAN NARROW DOWN RURAL-URBAN DIGITAL DIVIDE
GLOWING ROLE OF TELECOMMUNICATION SECTOR IN GROWTH OF PAKISTAN
TELECOM SECTOR CONTRIBUTES RS67 BILLION IN TAXES TO THE NATIONAL EXCHEQUER

SBP ENCOURAGING DEPLOYMENT OF TECHNOLOGY IN BANKS

(Issue 47, Nov 24 - 30, 2014)

GOVT AIMING TOWARDS FDI IMPROVEMENT, INVITING INVESTORS

FASCINATING FOREIGN INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN BALOCHISTAN
RIGOROUS STEPS REQUIRED TO PROMOTE SAVINGS, INVESTMENTS IN PAKISTAN
FDI REGISTERS 47 PERCENT OF INCREASE AS AILING ECONOMY MAKING PROGRESS
FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT – A MEASURE OF AN ECONOMY’S STRENGTH AND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
PAK-CHINA FTA: OPPORTUNITIES AND PITFALLS
CHINESE INVESTMENT IN PAKISTAN: A WIN-WIN SITUATION BOTH FOR CHINA AND PAKISTAN
STALLED PRIVATIZATION PROGRAM
EFFORTS BEING MADE FOR STEADINESS OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT
PAKISTAN’S SME SECTOR CAN BE STRENGTHENED BY PROMOTING JOINT VENTURES WITH CHINA
PAKISTAN FAILS IN ATTRACTING FDI IN AGRICULTURE
ECONOMY HAS YET TO BENEFIT FROM A STRONG BANKING SECTOR IN PAKISTAN
ALAN GREENSPAN: THE MAN RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DARKEST SPAN OF GLOBAL ECONOMY

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT REMAINS AN UPHILL TASK IN BALOCHISTAN

(Issue 46, Nov 17 - 23, 2014)

ROBUST PERFORMANCE OF COMMERCIAL BANKS

SBP REDUCES POLICY RATE BY 50 BPS TO 9.5 PERCENT
PAKISTAN’S BANKING SECTOR ONE OF KEY DRIVERS OF ECONOMIC SOUNDNESS
ELECTRONIC BANKING: SCOPE AND PROSPECTS
BANKING INDUSTRY STILL HAS ROOM TO PENETRATE THE POPULATION AND GROW ITS SHARE
BANKS MAKING HANDSOME PROFITS
TAMEER MICROFINANCE BANK DIVERSIFYING COMMON MAN LIVES THROUGH INCLUSIVE FINANCIAL SERVICES
BANKING SECTOR PERFORMANCE: TREND, OUTLOOK AND CHALLENGES
PRIVATE SECTOR CONTROL ON BANKING SECTOR REDUCES NPLs FROM 25PC TO MERELY 3PC
HIGH INTEREST RATES KEEPING MANUFACTURERS AWAY FROM INVESTING MONEY IN CAPACITY EXPANSION
PROMISES, COMMITMENT WITH THE IMF AND AN IMPACT ON ECONOMY
THE BANKING SECTOR OF PAKISTAN AND ITS IMPACT ON THE ECONOMY
CORPORATE CHARITY: SENSE OF GUILT OR WHAT?
MCR OPEN TO SHARING KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERTISE
MAKING BANKS ‘FINANCIAL SUPER MARKETS’
PAKISTAN MAKES ECONOMIC REFORMS AS IMF SET TO LOAN $1.1 BILLION

WIDE SCOPE IN SETTING UP OF MINERAL-BASED UNITS IN BALOCHISTAN

(Issue 45, Nov 10 - 16, 2014)

BENEFITS OF IMPORTED LNG ON THE WAY

IMPORT OF LNG MIGHT BE LESS ROSY TO OVERCOME GAS SHORTFALLS
IMPORT OF LNG TO END RATIONING OF CNG
IS IMPORT OF LNG THE RIGHT SOLUTION?
LNG IMPORT HELPS SOLVE ENERGY CRISIS FOR INTERIM PERIOD
INDIGENOUS PRODUCTION OF GAS
HOW TO STOP CONFLICTS AND WARS GLOBALLY NOW!
LNG IN TRANSPORT SECTOR CAN SAVE OVER $2.5 BILLION PER ANNUM, SLASH OIL IMPORT BILL
THE ROLE OF GAS IN RAPIDLY URBANISING COUNTRIES
IRAN-PAKISTAN GAS PIPELINE PROJECT MAY BE CONVERTED INTO LNG IMPORT PROJECT

BATTLE OVER POWER CRISIS STILL LOOMS

(Issue 44, July 28 - Aug 10, 2014)

PAKISTAN REMAINS ONE OF THE BEST PERFORMING MARKETS (Issue 44, Nov 3 - 9, 2014)

KARACHI STOCK EXCHANGE CATEGORIZED AS THE WORLD'S BEST STOCK MARKET (Issue 44, Nov 3 - 9, 2014)
OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE OF BOURSES IN PAKISTAN (Issue 44, Nov 3 - 9, 2014)
PAKISTAN’S CAPITAL MARKET PERFORMANCE REMAINS ROBUST (Issue 44, Nov 3 - 9, 2014)
LSE A FULLY-AUTOMATED TRADING PLACE IN FOSTERING INVESTORS CONFIDENCE (Issue 44, Nov 3 - 9, 2014)
VIBRANT CAPITAL MARKET PLAYING ESSENTIAL ROLE FOR THE GROWTH OF ECONOMY (Issue 44, Nov 3 - 9, 2014)
FUTURE OF PAKISTAN’S STOCK MARKET LOOKS BRIGHT (Issue 44, Nov 3 - 9, 2014)
EXPANSION OF CAPITAL MARKETS LIKELY TO GIVE IMPETUS TO FOREIGN INVESTMENT (Issue 44, Nov 3 - 9, 2014)
PMEX’S VARIETY OF NEW PRODUCTS SET TO GIVE FURTHER BOOST TO BUSINESS (Issue 44, Nov 3 - 9, 2014)
CORPORATE SECTOR PROVIDES STRONG SUPPORT TO SUSTAINABLE KSE-100 GROWTH (Issue 44, Nov 3 - 9, 2014)
FINANCIAL RESULTS OF CORPORATE SECTOR AND IMPACT ON STOCK MARKET (Issue 44, Nov 3 - 9, 2014)

(Issue 43, Aug 11 - 17, 2014)

POLITICAL ECONOMY OF THE BUDGET (Issue 43, Oct 27 - Nov 2, 2014)
INDUSTRIALIZATION IS A KEY TO ALLEVIATE POVERTY, BREAK VICIOUS CIRCLE OF UNDERDEVELOPMENT (Issue 43, Oct 27 - Nov 2, 2014)
BOOSTING GDP GROWTH THROUGH EXPORTS (Issue 43, Oct 27 - Nov 2, 2014)
INDUSTRIALIZATION CAN BOOTSTRAP ECONOMY AND INDUCE CULTURE OF SELF-RELIANCE (Issue 43, Oct 27 - Nov 2, 2014)
DISMAL SCENARIO OF FDI INFLOWS (Issue 43, Oct 27 - Nov 2, 2014)
ECONOMIC MANAGERS LACK BUSINESS ACUMEN (Issue 43, Oct 27 - Nov 2, 2014)
QUALITY OF PRODUCTS AND THEIR COMPETITIVENESS INDEED, HOLD THE KEY FOR SUCCESS (Issue 43, Oct 27 - Nov 2, 2014)
PAKISTAN’S ECONOMY REMAINS UNDER STUMBLING BLOCK (Issue 43, Oct 27 - Nov 2, 2014)
EXPANDING FINANCIAL INCLUSION TO BUILD UP AGRO BASED INDUSTRIES IN THE COUNTRY SIDE (Issue 43, Oct 27 - Nov 2, 2014)
PAKISTAN’S TRADE DEFICIT GOING HIGH (Issue 43, Oct 27 - Nov 2, 2014)
ISSUES HAMPERING INDUSTRIALIZATION IN PAKISTAN (Issue 43, Oct 27 - Nov 2, 2014)
RESOLVING PROBLEMS OF INDUSTRY VITAL FOR PROMOTION OF INDUSTRIALIZATION(Issue 43, Oct 27 - Nov 2, 2014)
BALOCHISTAN’S DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL, INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES (Issue 43, Oct 27 - Nov 2, 2014)
ADOPTING CHINESE ECO-FARMING BEST TO INCREASE AGRI YIELDS, MEETING FOOD SECURITY (Issue 43, Oct 27 - Nov 2, 2014)

PAKISTAN’S ECONOMIC STATUS IMPROVES: ADB (Issue 43, Oct 27 - Nov 2, 2014)

(Issue 42, July 28 - Aug 10, 2014)

MALALA YOUSAFZAI THE PRIDE OF PAKISTAN (Issue 42, Oct 20 - 26, 2014)
PRIVATIZATION WITH A PURPOSE (Issue 42, Oct 20 - 26, 2014)
PRIVATIZATION OF PSM IS NEED OF HOUR (Issue 42, Oct 20 - 26, 2014)
PRIVATIZATION A BAD EXPERIENCE IN BALOCHISTAN (Issue 42, Oct 20 - 26, 2014)
PRIVATIZATION PROCESS WILL GET MOMENTUM AFTER OVERCOMING POLITICAL DEADLOCK (Issue 42, Oct 20 - 26, 2014)
WHY TO SELL FAMILY SILVER? (Issue 42, Oct 20 - 26, 2014)
PRIVATIZATION AN IMPORTANT POLICY TOOL FOR GENERATING GROWTH AND ADDRESSING STRUCTURAL IMBALANCES (Issue 42, Oct 20 - 26, 2014)
PRIVATIZATION AND ITS IMPACT ON INVESTORS (Issue 42, Oct 20 - 26, 2014)
SCOPE OF PRIVATIZATION PROCESS LOOKS DEPRESSING (Issue 42, Oct 20 - 26, 2014)
PROTECTING THE STAKEHOLDERS (Issue 42, Oct 20 - 26, 2014)
PRIVATIZATION WILL REDUCE FISCAL DEFICITS, ENHANCE CASH FLOWS (Issue 42, Oct 20 - 26, 2014)
KASB BANK OFFERS A WIDE RANGE OF PRODUCTS, SERVICES IN VARIOUS SEGMENTS (Issue 42, Oct 20 - 26, 2014)
DEVELOPING COAL-BASED PLANTS HELP OVERCOME POWER SHORTAGE (Issue 42, Oct 20 - 26, 2014)
CHINESE PARTICIPATION IN MEGA ECONOMIC PROJECTS (Issue 42, Oct 20 - 26, 2014)
GOVT SET TO IMPORT UREA FERTILIZER FOR THIS RABI SEASON (Issue 42, Oct 20 - 26, 2014)
ESCALATING BORDER TENSION ALARMS BUSINESS ON BOTH SIDES (Issue 42, Oct 20 - 26, 2014)
AN INNOVATIVE PLAN FOR PIA (Issue 42, Oct 20 - 26, 2014)

(Issue 40 - 41, Aug 11 - 17, 2014)

GROWTH OF CONSUMER FINANCING IN PAKISTAN: ISSUES & CHALLENGES (Issue 40-41, Oct 6 - 19, 2014)
SHRINKING CONSUMER FINANCE (Issue 40-41, Oct 6 - 19, 2014)
ISLAMIC BANKING HAS AN AMPLE SCOPE IN CONSUMER FINANCING (Issue 40-41, Oct 6 - 19, 2014)
CONSUMER FINANCING LOSING STREAM NOW (Issue 40-41, Oct 6 - 19, 2014)
PAKISTAN‘S BANKING SECTOR SUBSTANTIALLY PROMOTING CONSUMER FINANCING (Issue 40-41, Oct 6 - 19, 2014)
AUTO SECTOR: AN EMERGING SECTOR IN PAKISTAN EXPORTS (Issue 40-41, Oct 6 - 19, 2014)
AFFORDABLE CONSUMER FINANCING KEY TO ACCELERATE GROWTH RATE (Issue 40-41, Oct 6 - 19, 2014)
DRASTIC CUT IN INTEREST RATE DEMANDED (Issue 40-41, Oct 6 - 19, 2014)
DEMAND OF CONSUMER GOODS, ACCESS TO CONSUMER FINANCING CAN GIVE RISE TO ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES (Issue 40-41, Oct 6 - 19, 2014)
TYPES AND AVAILABILITY OF CONSUMER FINANCE (Issue 40-41, Oct 6 - 19, 2014)
EXPORT OF SPORTS GOODS SURGE IN FIRST TWO MONTHS (Issue 40-41, Oct 6 - 19, 2014)
DECLINING TEXTILE EXPORTS (Issue 40-41, Oct 6 - 19, 2014)

(Issue 39, July 28 - Aug 10, 2014)

MICROFINANCE PLAYING A VITAL ROLE IN WIPING OUT POVERTY (Issue 39, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)

POLICY PLANNERS HAVE NO COMPREHENSION OF SME POTENTIAL (Issue 39, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)
COMMERCIAL BANKS PARKING BULK OF THEIR MONEY IN GOVT PAPERS LEAVING A LITTLE FOR SMEs (Issue 39, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)
SMEs GENERALLY CONSIDERED MORE PRODUCTIVE THAN LARGE ENTERPRISES (Issue 39, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)
ROLE OF SMES AND ITS BENEFITS ASSOCIATED WITH ONGOING BUSINESS (Issue 39, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)
COMMON MAN RESPITE – NO RAISE IN POWER TARIFF (Issue 39, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)

IMPROVEMENT, BETTER STRATEGY NEEDED TO PROMOTE MICRO FINANCING IN BALOCHISTAN (Issue 39, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)

SMEDA FACILITATES SMEs TO OVERCOME WEAKNESSES (Issue 39, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)

FOCUS ON VIBRANT EDUCATION IN PAKISTAN (Issue 39, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)
HEAVY FLOODS AND LOSSES BITE BACK (Issue 39, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)
GAINING AGRICULTURAL YIELDS THROUGH ECO-FARMING STRESSED (Issue 39, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)
BRANCHLESS BANKING: THE FASTEST GROWING SEGMENT IN PAKISTAN (Issue 39, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)
PHYSICAL ONE-STOP SHOP SET TO BE ESTABLISHED (Issue 39, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)
BRITAIN READY TO HELP IMPROVE TAX, REVENUE SYSTEM (Issue 39, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)

INFLUX OF IMPORTED CEMENT HITS DOMESTIC INDUSTRY (Issue 39, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)

PROMOTING SMEs IN PAKISTAN (Issue 39, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)
DORMANT SME SECTOR STILL REMAINS THE RAY OF HOPE FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH (Issue 39, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)

(Issue 38, Aug 11 - 17, 2014)

NO JOY RIDE FOR AUTO INDUSTRY (Issue 38, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)
PAKISTAN AUTO INDUSTRY STILL REQUIRES STABLE, PROPER GUIDELINES (Issue 38, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)
CAR INDUSTRY NEEDS ACCOUNTABILITY, ENFORCEMENT OF DELETION PLAN (Issue 38, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)
SUBDUED PERFORMANCE OF AUTO SECTOR (Issue 38, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)
SBP KEEPS POLICY RATE UNCHANGED AT 10 PERCENT (Issue 38, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)

MORE TRADE ROUTES FOR PROMOTION OF TRADE BETWEEN INDIA & PAKISTAN (Issue 38, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)

CAR FINANCING FACING DOWNWARD TREND (Issue 38, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)

THE STATE OF AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY IN PAKISTAN AND THE ROLE OF IMPORTED AND USED CARS (Issue 38, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)
KEEP TAXES LOW BUT TAX TO EVERY ONE (Issue 38, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)
DILAPIDATED AUTO, ALLIED SECTOR IN BALOCHISTAN (Issue 38, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)
PAKISTAN MOTORCYCLE MARKET HAS A CLEAR BRIGHT FUTURE (Issue 38, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)
A HEAVEN FOR STOLEN VEHICLES TRADE (Issue 38, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)
UNDER INVOICING AND MIS-DECLARATION A MAJOR THREAT FOR MOTORCYCLE INDUSTRY (Issue 38, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)

DISMAL CONDITION OF AUTOMOTIVE PARTS MANUFACTURERS (Issue 38, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)

OPEN ECONOMIC SYSTEM IS CONSIDERED AS THE STIMULUS FACTOR BEHIND CHINESE ECONOMIC GROWTH (Issue 38, Sep 22 - 28, 2014)

(Issue 37, July 28 - Aug 10, 2014)

LIVESTOCK & CROP INSURANCE -- AN EFFECTIVE TOOL TO AVERT FLOOD LOSSES (Issue 37, Sep 15 - 21, 2014)
LIFE INSURANCE HAS IMMENSE POTENTIAL BUT STILL NEED PENETRATION, AWARENESS (Issue 37, Sep 15 - 21, 2014)
IMMATURE ISLAMIC BANKING AND INSURANCE BUSINESS IN BALOCHISTAN (Issue 37, Sep 15 - 21, 2014)
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES SEE BETTER FUTURE AHEAD (Issue 37, Sep 15 - 21, 2014)

INSURANCE SECTOR A VICTIM OF APATHY OF GOVERNMENT (Issue 37, Sep 15 - 21, 2014)

IMPACT OF REBALANCING MOVE OF CHINA ON DEVELOPING ECONOMIES (Issue 37, Sep 15 - 21, 2014)

SOARING TAKAFUL WINDOWS (Issue 37, Sep 15 - 21, 2014)
CROP INSURANCE HOLDS KEY TO OVERCOME LOSSES OF FLOODS, DISASTERS (Issue 37, Sep 15 - 21, 2014)
INSURANCE COMPANIES PLAY MAJOR ROLE IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF PAKISTAN (Issue 37, Sep 15 - 21, 2014)
INSURANCE INDUSTRY PLAYING SIGNIFICANT ROLE IN ECONOMIC GROWTH (Issue 37, Sep 15 - 21, 2014)
TAKAFUL: A STABLE AND RISK-FREE SOURCE OF INVESTMENT, INSURANCE AND BENEFICIAL IN MANY WAYS (Issue 37, Sep 15 - 21, 2014)
EFU GENERAL – A PIONEER IN PAKISTAN’S INSURANCE INDUSTRY (Issue 37, Sep 15 - 21, 2014)

TAKAFUL IS FAST EVOLVING INTO BANKING SYSTEM (Issue 37, Sep 15 - 21, 2014)

GROWTH OF ISLAMIC FUNDS IN PAKISTAN: ISSUES & CHALLENGES (Issue 37, Sep 15 - 21, 2014)
SMEs SHARE IN BANK FINANCING DECLINES FROM 17 TO 6 PERCENT (Issue 37, Sep 15 - 21, 2014)

(Issue 36, Aug 11 - 17, 2014)

HOW TO PROTECT CONSUMERS’ RIGHTS IN PAKISTAN? (Issue 36, Sep 8 - 14, 2014)
CONCEPT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION NOT YET RECOGNIZED (Issue 36, Sep 8 - 14, 2014)
NEGATIVE IMPACT OF POLITICAL STAND-OFF (Issue 36, Sep 8 - 14, 2014)
PEOPLE GETTING AWARE OF CONSUMER PROTECTION CONCEPT (Issue 36, Sep 8 - 14, 2014)

ROLE OF REGULATORY AUTHORITIES IN CONSUMER PROTECTION (Issue 36, Sep 8 - 14, 2014)

SYSTEM OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS NEEDS BUILD UP (Issue 36, Sep 8 - 14, 2014)

EXISTING CONSUMER PROTECTION NOT GETTING DUE RECOGNITION, IMPORTANCE (Issue 36, Sep 8 - 14, 2014)
CONSUMER FINANCING HAS BRIGHT PROSPECT (Issue 36, Sep 8 - 14, 2014)
CONSUMERS UNAWARE OF THEIR RIGHTS (Issue 36, Sep 8 - 14, 2014)
KE’S SOCIAL INVESTMENT PROGRAMME ON THE RISE (Issue 36, Sep 8 - 14, 2014)
COMPREHENSIVE PRICE CONTROL MECHANISM IS STILL A DREAM IN PAKISTAN (Issue 36, Sep 8 - 14, 2014)
PAKISTAN FORMALLY TAKES THE CHARGE OF ECO-CCI FOR NEXT THREE YEARS (Issue 36, Sep 8 - 14, 2014)

CSR COMMITTEE OF FPCCI: COMMITTED IN THRIVING BUSINESS-SOCIETY PARTNERSHIP (Issue 36, Sep 8 - 14, 2014)

ISSUES AND CHALLENGES IN MANAGING THE WATER SCARCITY IN BALOCHISTAN (Issue 36, Sep 8 - 14, 2014)
VISION 2025 TO OVERCOME ENERGY CRISIS (Issue 36, Sep 8 - 14, 2014)

(Issue 35, July 28 - Aug 10, 2014)

PAKISTAN'S ECONOMY KEEPS STRUGGLING AMID POORER GDP (Issue 35, Sep 1 - 7, 2014)
TIME TO TAKE BALOCHISTAN'S RESOURCES ON THE PATH FOR ECONOMIC PROGRESS (Issue 35, Sep 1 - 7, 2014)
SUSTAINABLE GDP GROWTH REQUIRES CONTRIBUTION FROM ALL SEGMENTS OF THE ECONOMY (Issue 35, Sep 1 - 7, 2014)
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES, CHALLENGES AND THREATS (Issue 35, Sep 1 - 7, 2014)

EDUCATION SYSTEM SHOULD BE REVOLUTIONIZED AND MODERNIZED TO MEET THE DEMAND (Issue 35, Sep 1 - 7, 2014)

HABIB UNIVERSITY — THE UNIVERSITY OF LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES GOES INTO FIRST ACADEMIC SESSION FROM MID AUGUST 2014 (Issue 35, Sep 1 - 7, 2014)
POOR ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT MAKES GDP MEANINGLESS  (Issue 35, Sep 1 - 7, 2014)
GOAL OF 7PC GROWTH COULD DO WITH BRINGING ECONOMY BACK TO NORMAL (Issue 35, Sep 1 - 7, 2014)
REASONS BEHIND PAKISTAN’S LOWER GDP (Issue 35, Sep 1 - 7, 2014)
AGRICULTURE SECTOR CAN GIVE FURTHER BOOST TO ECONOMIC GROWTH (Issue 35, Sep 1 - 7, 2014)
POWER SHORTAGE, LAW AND ORDER SITUATION REMAIN MAJOR OBSTACLE TO ECONOMIC REFORM (Issue 35, Sep 1 - 7, 2014)
DOES HIGH GDP TRANSLATE INTO IMPROVEMENT IN QUALITY OF LIFE? (Issue 35, Sep 1 - 7, 2014)

FAST TRACK IMPORT OF LNG FROM QATAR SET TO BE FINALIZED SOON (Issue 35, Sep 1 - 7, 2014)

PAKISTAN ENJOYS UNIQUE POSITION AMONG SOUTH ASIAN COUNTRIES (Issue 35, Sep 1 - 7, 2014)
FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN BALOCHISTAN: CHALLENGES AND ISSUES (Issue 35, Sep 1 - 7, 2014)
FINANCIAL CONSTRAINTS, MISMANAGEMENT AND POOR ELECTRICITY GENERATION ARE THE MAJOR ECONOMIC FLAWS  (Issue 35, Sep 1 - 7, 2014)

(Issue 34, Aug 11 - 17, 2014)

BRANDS HAD A GREAT INFLUENCE ON THE MIND OF PEOPLE (Issue 34, Aug 25 - 31, 2014)
NEED TO PROMOTE PAKISTANI BRANDS, IMAGE (Issue 34, Aug 25 - 31, 2014)
BRAND CULTURE YET TO TAKE ITS ROOTS (Issue 34, Aug 25 - 31, 2014)
EXPORTERS STILL UNAWARE OF IMPORTANCE OF BRAND NAMES (Issue 34, Aug 25 - 31, 2014)

CONSUMER COURTS EFFECTIVELY WORKING, PROTECTING THE RIGHTS OF CONSUMERS (Issue 34, Aug 25 - 31, 2014)

BRAND CULTURE IN PAKISTAN REMAINS ON THE RISE (Issue 34, Aug 25 - 31, 2014)
PRODUCERS, GOVT AND STAKEHOLDERS FORESEE BRIGHT FUTURE (Issue 34, Aug 25 - 31, 2014)
BALOCHISTAN CAN BECOME CENTER OF BRANDED FRUIT PRODUCTS (Issue 34, Aug 25 - 31, 2014)
ADOPTING FREE TRADE MODEL LIKELY BENEFIT BRAND PROMOTION (Issue 34, Aug 25 - 31, 2014)
BALOCHISTAN A BONANZA OF ATTENTION FOR FOREIGN TOURISTS LOSING LIMELIGHT (Issue 34, Aug 25 - 31, 2014)
BIOTECHNOLOGY IMPERATIVE FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND FOOD SECURITY (Issue 34, Aug 25 - 31, 2014)
WHY BREAKTHROUGH DRUGS ARE NOT ENCOURAGED IN PAKISTAN? (Issue 34, Aug 25 - 31, 2014)
EMERGING BRANDS OF PAKISTAN (Issue 34, Aug 25 - 31, 2014)

(Issue 33, July 28 - Aug 10, 2014)

PEACE, PROGRESS AND STABILITY STILL A DISTANT DREAM(Issue 33, Aug 18 - 24, 2014)
AROUND 25 MILLION PEOPLE LIVE IN EXTREME POVERTY IN PAKISTAN (Issue 33, Aug 18 - 24, 2014)
K-ELECTRIC EYEING TO BE A ROLE MODEL UTILITY IN PAKISTAN (Issue 33, Aug 18 - 24, 2014)
PROBLEM RESOLUTION FOR ISSUES IN PAKISTAN (Issue 33, Aug 18 - 24, 2014)

EDUCATION, SME SECTOR GROWTH VITAL FOR COUNTRY’S PROSPERITY (Issue 33, Aug 18 - 24, 2014)

LOW GDP: MYTH OR REALITY (Issue 33, Aug 18 - 24, 2014)
PAKISTAN’S TRADE WITH SOUTH ASIA SHOULD BE ENCOURAGED (Issue 33, Aug 18 - 24, 2014)
FOREIGN INVESTMENT INDEED AN ESSENTIAL INGREDIENT FOR EXPANSION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS IN PAKISTAN (Issue 33, Aug 18 - 24, 2014)
ONLINE SHOPPING GAINING MOMENTUM IN PAKISTAN (Issue 33, Aug 18 - 24, 2014)
ECONOMIC PROGRESS OF PAKISTAN SINCE 1947 (Issue 33, Aug 18 - 24, 2014)
SETTING UP OF COAL-BASED PLANTS – ISSUES YET NOT RESOLVED (Issue 33, Aug 18 - 24, 2014)
SMEs AN EFFECTIVE TOOL FOR POVERTY ALLEVIATION (Issue 33, Aug 18 - 24, 2014)

HOW TO TRIUMPH OVER PROBLEM OF POVERTY IN PAKISTAN? (Issue 33, Aug 18 - 24, 2014)

TAKING BALOCHISTAN INTO DIGITAL ERA (Issue 33, Aug 18 - 24, 2014)

THE CUSTOMER WITHIN: HOW 'EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE' IS HR'S COMPETITIVE DIFFERENTIATOR (Issue 33, Aug 18 - 24, 2014)

(Issue 32, Aug 11 - 17, 2014)

HIGH INTEREST RATES NOT RECEIVING TANGIBLE RESULTS
INTEREST RATE SHOULD BE KEPT LOWER FOR STABLE MONETARY POLICY
PAKISTAN TO BE ACCORDED PRESIDENCY OF ECO-CCI THIS YEAR
POSITIVE REAL INTEREST RATE: HOW CAN THIS BE ACHIEVED?
SINGLE DIGIT MARKUP MUST TO COMPETE WITH REGIONAL ECONOMIES IN THE WORLD MARKETPLACE
HIGH INTEREST RATES STAGNATE GROWTH, INCREASE INFLATION
ACHIEVING MONETARY POLICY GOALS FAIRLY EFFECTIVE
KEEPING INTEREST RATES LOWER CAN WOO FOREIGN BUSINESS
ENHANCING BALOCHISTAN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION
MONETARY POLICY: LIKELY IMPACT ON INFLATION AND INTEREST RATE
SBP KEEPS DISCOUNT RATE UNCHANGED

IS PAKISTAN LOSING AFGHAN MARKET?

BORN OF HEAVY INDUSTRIES IN PAKISTAN – LACK OF CAPITAL A MAJOR OBSTACLE

IS THERE ANY LOGIC BEHIND KEEPING INTEREST RATE HIGH?

EMERGENCE OF NEW HOME PCs

(Issue 30-31, July 28 - Aug 10, 2014)

ONE STOP SHOP FORMATION -- A PRECISE MOVE TO BRING BACK INVESTORS
PLEDGES FOR BOOSTING EXPORT
GOVT TAKING RIGHT STEPS FOR ECONOMIC PROGRESS, ENHANCEMENT OF EXPORTS
CHANGING PREFERENCE OF BUYERS DAMAGING LOCAL CARPET EXPORTS
ALL EFFORTS TO MEET EXPORT TARGET
INSUFFICIENT FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES
PAKISTAN SHOULD FOCUS ON REGIONAL TRADE
IRAN VEHEMENTLY CONDEMNS ISRAEL’S BARBARIC ACTS ON WORLD AL QUDS DAY
ISSUES OF PREVALENT ISLAMIC BANKING & FINANCIAL SYSTEM
AMPLE PROSPECT FOR INVESTMENT IN BANKING SECTOR
PAKISTAN CAN FETCH SUBSTANTIAL FOREX THROUGH EXPORT OF SERVICES
UNISAME SUGGESTS IMPORTANT STEPS FOR EXPORT PROMOTION

(Issue 29, July 21 - 27, 2014)

NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY COUNCIL: CORE FUNCTIONS NEED TO BE WELL DEFINED
THRIVING FOOD BUSINESS IN KARACHI TAKES NEW HEIGHTS
NATIONAL FOODS MAIN CONCERNS: HEALTH, SAFETY AND COMMUNITY RESPONSIBILITY
FINANCIAL INCLUSION PROGRAM AND FARMERS
MOLASSES PRODUCTION, EXPORTS ON THE RISE
GOVT WORKING TOWARDS FOOD SECURITY ACROSS THE COUNTRY
SBP KEEPS INTEREST RATE UNCHANGED FOR NEXT TWO MONTHS
MAKING LIVESTOCK MODERN IN BALOCHISTAN
FERTILIZER SECTOR HAMPERED THROUGH GAS CURTAILMENT
ACHIEVING FOOD SECURITY
FRUIT-RICH BALOCHISTAN STILL LACK PAYBACK, GUIDELINES

GOAL SET TO MAKE SUSTAINABLE, PROFITABLE AGRICULTURE SECTOR

FOOD INSECURITY A SERIOUS THREAT, NEED FULL-FLEDGED ACTION PLAN
COUNTRY'S OVERALL RICE INDUSTRY HAS SHOWN A HANDSOME GAIN
COMMITMENT, PLEDGE TO THRIVE AGRICULTURE SECTOR

(Issue 28, July 14 - 20, 2014)

GROWING ISLAMIC FINANCE INDUSTRY
GROWTH IN ISLAMIC FINANCE SURPASSES CONVENTIONAL BANKING

ISLAMIC FINANCE: A VIABLE AND COMPETITIVE COMPONENT OF FINANCIAL SYSTEM

ISLAMIC MICROFINANCE A ROLE-MODEL IN WIPING OUT POVERTY
SUKUK OFFERS ENORMOUS POTENTIAL
ISLAMIC BANKING GROWING AT AN ANNUAL RATE OF 30PC
CAPACITY BUILDING MORE IMPORTANT THAN SIZE OF ISLAMIC FINANCIAL INDUSTRY
SUKUK MARKET EXPECTED TO CROSS DOLLAR 100 BILLION MARK
GOOD GOVERNANCE REQUISITE A DYNAMIC LEADERSHIP, POLITICAL STABILITY
ECONOMIC REVIVAL KEY DEVELOPMENT IN 2014
SHARIAH-BASED INSURANCE SCHEMES – A RELIEF TO BALOCHISTAN’S SUFFERINGS

ISLAMIC BANKING SECTOR HAS PROSPECT TO GROW FAST IN THE COUNTRY

THE OUTLOOK OF ISLAMIC FINANCE MARKET
ISLAMIC BANKING GROWTH REQUIRES MORE EDUCATION, AWARENESS
INVESTMENT, GROWTH OFFERINGS IN BALOCHISTAN
UBL’S FUND MANAGERS KEEPING UP REPUTATION OF EXCELLENCE IN FUND MANAGEMENT

(Issue 27, July 7 - 13, 2014)

EDUCATION: THE BEST TOOL FOR CSR
HALF OF POPULATION LIVES BELOW INTERNATIONAL STANDARD

POVERTY ALLEVIATION THROUGH CREATION OF JOB OPPORTUNITIES

THEY LARD THEIR LEAN BOOKS WITH THE FAT OF OTHERS’ WORK
COMMITMENT TO CSR CAN ALLEVIATE POVERTY IN BALOCHISTAN
FFC REMAINS SOCIAL AND RESPONSIBLE CORPORATE ENTITY
SSGC’S CSR ACTIVITIES MAKING TANGIBLE DIFFERENCE IN COMMON MAN LIVES
BETTERMENT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY INITIATIVE IN PAKISTAN
CONCEPT OF CSR NEEDS MORE EXPLOITATION
GENERAL STANCE OF CORPORATES AND GOVERNMENT ON CSR
POVERTY IS THE BIGGEST CHALLENGE
ASSOCIATED GROUP’S LONG-TERM COMMITMENT TO SERVE THE COUNTRYMEN
TAX INCENTIVE CAN LURE LOCAL FIRMS INTO CSR ACTIVITIES
GROWTH OF ISLAMIC FINANCE IN BALOCHISTAN A SOCIAL, ECONOMICAL GAIN
NOBODY DESPERATE FOR DESPERATE EDUCATION, HEALTHCARE NEED
WIDESPREAD MALNUTRITION UNDERMINING ECONOMIC GROWTH

(Issue 26, June 30 - July 6, 2014)

TIDAL ENERGY A CLEAN, NATURE-FRIENDLY SOURCE FOR COMMON MAN SOLACE
BALOCHISTAN HAVING BEST PROSPECTS OF RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES

REON ENERGY OF DAWOOD GROUP ACTIVELY INVOLVES IN DEVELOPING RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES

ASIA’S NEW AXIX OF REFORM
DIVESTMENT OF GOVERNMENT HOLDING IN PPL GETS ENORMOUS RESPONSE
GOVT’S BUDGET STANCE BIT AMBITIOUS
CLIMATIC CONDITIONS, LOCATION IDEAL FOR SOLAR POWER PROJECTS
LNG IMPORT ON GOVT’S AGENDA
SOLAR POWER PLAN A RIGHT MOVE TO LONG-STANDING ENERGY CRISIS
UTILIZING ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SOURCES A WISE OPTION

(Issue 25, June 23 - 29, 2014)

GOVERNANCE AROUND THE WORLD: WHAT CAN PAKISTAN LEARN?  
GOOD GOVERNANCE BECOMING A CLICHÉ

E-BANKING A MODEL OF GOOD GOVERNANCE

FAIR WATER MANAGEMENT IN BALOCHISTAN A NEED OF THE HOUR
NATURAL DISASTER MANAGEMENT
DYNAMIC LEADERSHIP, POLITICAL STABILITY VITAL FOR GOOD GOVERNANCE
PML GOVT MOVING TOWARDS COURSE OF GOOD GOVERNANCE
WAREHOUSE RECEIPT FINANCING AN ALTERNATIVE ROUTE
GOOD GOVERNANCE TAKING A DOWNTURN
POOR GOVERNANCE LEADING PAKISTAN TOWARDS TURMOIL
EXPLOITING SOLAR ENERGY POTENTIAL TO MEET THE POWER DEMAND
BLATANT VIOLATION OF GOOD GOVERNANCE BY SOES
GOOD GOVERNANCE MAKES ORACLE SECOND LARGEST CLOUD SAAS COMPANY IN THE WORLD
POST BUDGET REVIEW
EDUCATION REVOLUTION A TOP PRIORITY

(Issue 24, June 16 - 22, 2014)

BUDGET TO FACILITATE TYCOONS AND ELITES
BUDGET 2014-15 SET TO BRING IN INVESTMENTS, PROMOTE EXPORTS

IMPROVED EXTERNAL FLOWS TO BOOST FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES, INTEREST RATE TO COME DOWN

FEDERAL BUDGET LIKELY TO HIT THE POOR
MEHRAN SUGAR TAKING GRAVE CONCERN FOR HEALTH, EDUCATION IMPROVEMENT
IS THERE ANY INCENTIVE FOR INVESTMENT?
GOVT PLANS MORTGAGE REFINANCE COMPANY TO OVERCOME HOUSING SHORTFALL
MONSANTO HOLDS KNOWLEDGE-SHARING EVENT FOR FARMERS
IMPROVING REVENUE COLLECTION
EXCLUSIVE EXPORT HOUSE CRUCIAL TO ENHANCE SME EXPORTS
WORK ON PAK-CHINA ECONOMIC CORRIDOR TO GENERATE PHENOMENAL DEVELOPMENT
GOVT OFFERS NUMBER OF SCHEMES FOR FARMERS, AGRI GROWTH  
ALLEVIATING POVERTY IN BALOCHISTAN REMAINS A CHALLENGE
INTEREST RATE FOR INVESTMENTS – NSS LEADS THE PACK  

(Issue 23, June 9 - 15, 2014)

PAKISTAN ENERGY CRISIS AND THE IMMEDIATE SOLUTION
PAKISTAN MARITIME ADMINISTRATION IN LIMBO

‘KNOWLEDGE IS THE REAL SOURCE OF WOMEN EMPOWERMENT’

THE END OF THE NIGHTMARE: PAKISTAN’S ENERGY CRISIS SOLVED FOR EVER
PUBLIC-PRIVATE DIALOGUE -- THE RECIPE OF ECONOMIC TURNAROUND
IMPORTANCE OF PAKISTAN-CHINA ECONOMIC CORRIDOR
PEOPLE’S INTERACTION WITH TECHNOLOGY IS CHANGING EVERY YEAR: ASMA AZIZ
HAVING LNG RESERVES, USAGE A LONG TERM DEAL
PAKISTAN’S KEY ISSUES NEED TO BE ADDRESSED
OVERCOMING ENERGY CRISIS
TAKAFUL GETTING COMMERCIAL VIABILITY, GREATER TRANSPARENCY IN ALL RELIGIONS
GREAT CHANCE TO INCREASE MANGO EXPORTS THIS YEAR  
TAXATION OF RETIREMENT SCHEMES
PAKISTANIS IN AMERICA – THE TRUTH ON GROUND
UNINTERRUPTED AVAILABILITY OF ENERGY VITAL FOR INVITING INVESTMENT IN PAKISTAN
PMEX OFFERS COMPLETE TRADE SERVICES UNDER ONE ROOF
WARID TELECOM SETS HIGHEST STANDARDS OF SERVICE EXCELLENCE
DEVELOPMENT OF MIDDLE CLASS IN BALOCHISTAN: ISSUES AND CHALLENGES  

MONETARY POLICY: LIKELY SCENARIO FOR INCREASE IN INTEREST RATE

NBP: THE NATION’S BANK
ROMANIA-PAKISTAN BILATERAL, TRADE RELATIONS LIKELY TO BE FLOURISHED
LEATHER INDUSTRY REQUIRES LARGER MORE SUPPORT
BALOCHISTAN NEED FLOURISHING BANKING SECTOR
BANKING SECTOR NEEDS LEVEL PLAYING FIELD WITH LOWER INTEREST RATE
MAKING INSURANCE COMPANIES VIBRANT
UTILIZATION OF PSPD VITAL FOR CEMENT INDUSTRY
MAKING PIA A PROFITABLE ENTITY AGAIN
PAKISTANI ENTREPRENEURS IN USA
PML GOVT GIVING PRIORITY TO INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES
ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE GETTING STRONG ROOTS
ECONOMIC POTENTIAL OF BALOCHISTAN
SUBSTANDARD EDUCATION SYSTEM PERSISTS IN PAKISTAN
GROWTH ORIENTED, SHORT ON TAX BROADENING MEASURES: OVERSEAS INVESTORS
WATEEN MAKING EDUCATION, SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT MORE COMPREHENSIVE
SINDH BANK LTD
EXPORT OF CEMENT TO NEIGHBORS: A REVIVAL FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH

SME SECTOR HAS THE POTENTIAL TO SUPPORT REAL GROWTH

(Issue 21-22, May 26 - June 8, 2014)
INVESTMENT OPTIONS TO COUNTER INFLATION
FIRST-EVER METRO TRAIN PROJECT

INVESTMENT KEY TO ECONOMIC STABILITY

IS KSE TRUE INDICATORS OF INVESTORS’ SENTIMENTS?
INTRODUCTION OF 3G, 4G SPECTRUMS HELP EXPEDITE SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROGRESS
INVESTMENT IN AGRI SECTOR – A LONG TERM SOLUTION TO POVERTY, UNEMPLOYMENT  
AN HISTORIC INVESTMENT BY CHINA IN PAKISTAN ENERGY SECTOR
ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT FOR INVESTMENTS MAKING HEADWAY
CHINA TAKES LEADING ROLE IN INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT IN PAKISTAN
PROGRESSIVE PULLING OF FUNDS THROUGH OVERSEAS PAKISTANIS
SBP EMBARKS UPON WAREHOUSE RECEIPT FINANCING PLAN
FORTHCOMING BUDGET: BROADENING OF TAX NET STRESSED
IMPORTANCE OF MIRANI DAM FOR IRRIGATED AGRICULTURE
MOUNTING CIRCULAR DEBT HITS IPPs AGAIN
WHY BANKS PREFER INVESTMENT OVER ADVANCES?
INVESTMENT REQUIRED IN PRIMARY EDUCATION SECTOR
(Issue 20, May 19 - 25, 2014)
GEOPOLITICS FUELING ENERGY CRISIS IN PAKISTAN
THE FUTURE ERA IN LNG

LNG TO REPLACE OIL FIRED POWER GENERATION

THE CNG DILEMMA: WHEN AND HOW SHOULD IT END?
ENTREPRENEURSHIP ENABLED ENVIRONMENT SHOULD BE PROMOTED
POWER OUTAGE AFFECTING THE HOME APPLIANCES

POLICY RATE REMAINS UNCHANGED AT 10 PERCENT FOR NEXT TWO MONTHS

OPEC WARY ON GLOBAL OIL SUPPLY WILL LIKELY INCREASE PRICE
MENACE OF LOAD SHEDDING STILL TO BE REMOVED
FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN ENERGY SECTOR TO BE INCREASED, WORK ON SHALE ENERGY A MAJOR FACTOR
PAKISTAN, IRAN TO GO AHEAD WITH GAS PIPELINE PROJECT
DEWAN PETROLEUM DETERMINED TO INVEST MORE IN OIL & GAS SECTOR
GAS PRODUCTION FACING CONSTANT DECLINE  
GOVT SET TO ADD 2000MW OF ELECTRICITY TO MEET ENERGY NEEDS
OIL IMPORTS OF PAKISTAN IN DESPAIR STATE

NEED FOR ENHANCING CRUDE OIL AND GAS PRODUCTION

(Issue 19, May 12 - 18, 2014)
PAKISTAN TELECON 2014 - 7TH TELECOMMUNICATION & ICT CONFERENCE
IS PAKISTAN’S ECONOMY ON RECOVERY TRACK?

PAKISTAN’S ECONOMY SHOWING SIGNS OF IMPROVEMENT, REVIVAL

PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP
ENERGY SECTOR ON ROAD TO REVIVAL
PAKISTAN’S ECONOMY ON THE ROAD TO RECOVERY AND STABILITY

PRIVATIZATION CHALLENGES WITH PIA

IS THERE ANY PLAUSIBLE REASON FOR PRIVATIZATION?
PAKISTAN ON THE ROAD TO RECOVERY??
PAKISTAN MOVING TOWARDS RIGHT DIRECTION OF ECONOMIC REVIVAL
PAKISTAN STEEL MILLS -- PAST AND PRESENT
AGRICULTURAL PROSPECT: VITAL FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH
CURRENT VS DEVELOPMENT EXPENDITURE
HUGE INVESTMENT IN TEXTILE SECTOR LIKELY IN TWO YEARS

EXPLORING THE VAST ENERGY RESOURCES OF BALOCHISTAN

(Issue 18, May 5 - 11, 2014)
FEDERAL BUDGET 2014-15 SHOULD STREAMLINE TAXATION REFORMS
REVISION OF TAX STRUCTURE NEEDED

UPCOMING BUDGET: A SIGH OF RELIEF FOR THE MASSES

A DIFFICULT CHOICE: BOOSTING TAX COLLECTION OR ACCELERATING GDP GROWTH RATE
BANKING SECTOR REVIEW
MAKING STOCK MARKET ROBUST

ECONOMY GATHERS MOMENTUM -- A GOOD REASON FOR A FRIENDLY BUDGET

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS AND OUTLOOK
AGRI SECTOR NEEDS TOP PRIORITY, INDUSTRIALIZATION TO BE PROMOTED
BALOCHISTAN’S NEW BUDGET: SOCIAL SECTOR WILL BE THE FOCAL POINT
AUTO INDUSTRY SEEKS CURBING OF UNDUE CONCESSIONS ON ILLEGALLY IMPORTED USED VEHICLE
EDUCATION BUDGET TO BE INCREASED BY 4PC
EMPOWERING WOMEN IN BALOCHISTAN AN INTEGRITY

(Issue 17, Apr 28 - May 4, 2014)

PAK-SAUDI ECONOMIC COOPERATION
SAUDI INVESTMENT IN PAKISTAN: STRONG BILATERAL TIES TO CONTINUE

PAKISTAN HAS GREAT ECONOMIC POTENTIAL TO GROW ONCE THE SECURITY, ENERGY ISSUES ARE FIXED

EXPANDING TRADE TIES WITH SAUDI ARABIA
QUOTA FOR PAKISTAN WORKING LIKELY TO INCREASE
RELATIONS BEYOND LIMITS

SAUDI ARABIA - ONE OF THE LARGEST TRADE PARTNERS OF PAKISTAN

GROWING RELATIONS WITH SAUDI ARABIA
SAUDI FIRM SALIC KEENS TO INVEST IN RED MEAT
SAUDI EXPORTS STOOD AT $ 376BN AND IMPORTS $147BN IN 2013
FLOUR PRODUCTION LESS THAN CONSUMPTION IN SINDH
PAK-SAUDI RELATIONS GAINING STRENGTH

SPINTEX, OPENING NEW AVENUES IN PAKISTAN’S TEXTILE & INDUSTRIAL SECTORS

(Issue 16, Apr 21 - 27, 2014)

EDUCATION CAN CHANGE THE STATUS QUO OF BALOCHISTAN

EDUCATION KEY TO PEACE AND ECONOMIC STABILITY

ZIAUDDIN UNIVERSITY — A HUMBLE TRIBUTE TO THE UNTIRING EFFORTS OF DR SIR ZIAUDDIN AHMED IN STRUGGLE FOR PAKISTAN MOVEMENT 

EDUCATION WITH A PURPOSE
INTERVIEW WITH MR. ZIA-UL-MUSTAFA AWAN, PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE, ICMA PAKISTAN
UHS STRIVING FOR BRINGING QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE REVOLUTION IN MEDICAL EDUCATION AND RESEARCH

CENTER OF EXCELLANCE FOR ISLAMIC FINANCIAL EDUCATION

IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATION FOR PAKISTAN
KEY FOR IMPROVEMENT IN HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
SIGNS OF CHANGE: PUBLIC SERVICE MESSAGES FOR PEACE
DEVELOPING HUMAN RESOURCE
INTERVIEW WITH MR ARIF HABIB, A RENOWNED BUSINESSMAN
NO END OF FRUSTRATION AMONG YOUTH
STUDENTS ENROLLMENT CAMPAIGN 2014 BEGINS IN PUNJAB
FIRST EVER GRADUATION CEREMONY 2014

PIPFA-AN EMBLEM OF SUCCESS

(Issue 15, Apr 14 - 20, 2014)
BOOM OF HAND-HELD DEVICES AND TELECOM
UPLIFT OF IT, TELECOM ACTIVITIES IN BALOCHISTAN  

TELECOM EXPLOSION OPENS NEW BUSINESS AVENUES

TELECOM SECTOR CONTRIBUTED REVENUE OF MORE THAN RS866.23 BILLION TO NATIONAL EXCHEQUER IN NINE YEARS
BENEFITS AND DISADVANTAGES OF USING CELL PHONES
INTERVIEW WITH NOMAN HAMEED BOMBAYWALA, AN ANALYST

BANKING SECTOR THE BIGGEST BENEFICIARY OF ITC CONVERGENCE

MOBILINK TO HOLD "RISING STAR 2014" COMPETITION FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS: A FASCINATING YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
MOBILE PACKAGES AND MORAL VALUES
VIEWS OF YOUTH OVER THE USE OF TELECOM SERVICES
EXPECTED 3G/4G AUCTIONS – WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR MOBILE COMMUNICATION?
TELENOR PAKISTAN SERVES CUSTOMERS WITH WORLD’S MOST MODERN NETWORKS
MOBILE PHONE BOON OR BANE
SAMSUNG AND UFONE CO-LAUNCH GALAXY S5 AND GEAR FIT IN PAKISTAN

VOICE BIOMETRICS FOR CUSTOMER VERIFICATION AND SECURE ACCESS

(Issue 14, Apr 7 - 13, 2014)
BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT IN PAKISTAN
BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT FOR RETAIL BUSINESS

PAKISTAN NEEDS MASSIVE INVESTMENT IN KEY SECTORS

INTERVIEW WITH MR MUHAMMAD TARIQ HUSSAIN, DIRECTOR SECP
KARACHI’S BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT MARRED BY LAW AND ORDER PROBLEM
ISLAMIC BANKS CONFRONTING WITH EXCESSIVE LIQUIDITY PROBLEM

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN ISLAMIC ECONOMY

IMPROVING PAKISTAN’S SOFT IMAGE
MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES IN PHARMA BUSINESS LOOK UNCOMFORTABLE
INVESTMENT OPTIONS UNDER CURRENT MARKET DYNAMICS  
FORECASTING FUTURE MOVEMENT OF KSE
BALOCHISTAN -- A HUB OF EXOTIC INVESTMENTS
INTERVIEW WITH SYED ADIL GILANI, FOUNDER MEMBER OF TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL PAKISTAN
(Issue 13, Mar 31 - Apr 6, 2014)
ECONOMIC IMPACT OF STRONGER RUPEE AGAINST THE DOLLAR
SHOULD CONSUMERS EXPECT REDUCTION IN POL PRICES?

INTERVIEW WITH MR KHALID MEHMOOD, SENIOR FINANCE MANAGER NAFA

ECONOMIC GROWTH NEED TO BE INCLUSIVE FOR REDUCING INEQUALITY
EXTERNAL INFLOWS FROM GCC PROVIDED A CUSHION TO THE EXCHANGE RATE
RUPEE SEEMS TO BE IN STABLE POSITION

THE SUDDEN APPRECIATION OF THE RUPEE  

FOCUSING VALUE ADDITION IN DATES EXPORT
APPRECIATING OF RUPEE – A GOOD SIGN FOR COUNTRY’S FRAGILE ECONOMY
EXCHANGE RATE: WHAT ARE THE EXPECTATIONS?
IMPACT OF STRENGTHENING OF RUPEE ON EXPORTS
INTERVIEW WITH DR AYUB MEHAR, DIRECTOR GENERAL (R&D) FPCCI
INTERNATIONAL TRADE EXHIBITIONS: HOW DO THEY IMPACT IMPORT AND EXPORTS?  
RUPEE APPRECIATION HELPS GAIN RS700BN IN RELATION TO FOREIGN DEBTS
INTERVIEW WITH MR MAJYD AZIZ, FORMER PRESIDENT KCCI

ENERGY CONSERVATION: A VOYAGE FROM ICL TO CFL

(Issue 12, Mar 24 - 30, 2014)
ECONOMY SHOWS SIGN OF TURNAROUND
PAKISTAN WELL POISED TO CATCH UP WITH REGIONAL ECONOMY

PAKISTAN’S RESOLUTION ENDORSES STRONG FEDERATING UNITS

PAKISTAN SET TO BECOME 18TH LARGEST ECONOMY OF WORLD
THE HISTORY AND SIGNIFICANCE OF PAKISTAN DAY
ADVERTISING BOOM IN PAKISTAN

BANKING SECTOR SHIFTING PARADIGM

INTERVIEW WITH MR ZARRAR ZUBAIR, PRESIDENT TEXTILE INSTITUTE OF PAKISTAN
ISLAMIC BANKING NO ROOM FOR COMPLACENCY
PAKISTAN LAGGING BEHIND IN PER HECTARE YIELD OF CROPS BOTH GLOBALLY AND REGIONALLY
EXCLUSIVE MINISTRY FOR TEXTILE INDUSTRY-TEXTILE EXPORTS
BALOCHISTAN HAS VAST POTENTIAL TO ATTRACT FOREIGN TOURISTS
GOVT ALL SET TO DIVEST SHARES OF OGDCL, PPL AND HBL
FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES LIKELY TO TOUCH $10BN MARK
PUNJAB NUMBER PLATE FIASCO: WHERE CAN TECHNOLOGY CARRY THIS INITIATIVE?

 (Issue 11, Mar 17 - 23, 2014)

DUBAI TRADE FAIR 2020 TO GIVE BOOST TO ECONOMY

INTERVIEW WITH MR SHAMIM A. FIRPO, CHAIRMAN FIRPO GROUP OF COMPANIES

EXPORTING FRUITS FROM BALOCHISTAN TO BE INCREASED
CHALLENGES AHEAD FOR EXPORTS & PRODUCTIVITY DEVELOPMENT
VAST OPPORTUNITIES OF EXPORT, INVESTMENT EXISTS IN LIVESTOCK
TRANSFORMING LAHORE INTO A MEGA CITY

INTERVIEW WITH MR TANVEER BARRY, MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALER OF GARMENTS

BOOSTING LOW-COST BIKE EXPORTS FROM PAKISTAN
LAHORE EXPO CENTER – A PREMIER PLACE TO ATTRACT BUSINESS PEOPLE
GOVT WORKING ON POWER ISSUE – 1,400-1,600MW TO BE ADDED TO NATIONAL GRID WITHIN A FEW DAYS: NAWAZ SHARIF
SBP KEEPS INTEREST RATE UNCHANGED AT 10 PERCENT

IMPORTANCE OF TRADE EXHIBITIONS

EXPO CENTER IN PAKISTAN
EVENT’S EXCELLENCE COMES THROUGH INSPIRATIONS!
 (Issue 10, Mar 10 - 16, 2014)
INVESTMENT AVENUES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN PUNJAB

COUNTRY’S FIRST SOLAR POWER PLANT TO START PRODUCTION THIS YEAR

INTERVIEW WITH MR. KASHIF ANWAR, VICE PRESIDENT LAHORE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY
LEADING INDUSTRIAL ESTATES OF PUNJAB
PUNJAB GOVT SET TO ACHIEVE THE TARGET OF 100PC LITERACY RATE IN THE PROVINCE
GUJRANWALA, SIALKOT: MAJOR TRADE HUBS FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH
SIALKOT: KEEP RISING AS THE ECONOMIC HUB OF PUNJAB
ACHIEVING GSP PLUS STATUS — A SPLENDED JOB DONE BY THE GOVT.
ASHIYANA HOUSING SCHEMES GROWING ALL OVER PUNJAB

PUNJAB GOVT TAKING LEAD IN ATTRACTING FOREIGN INVESTMENT

PUNJAB GOVT SETTING UP A SOLAR POWER PROJECT AT QUAID-E-AZAM SOLAR PARK
PUNJAB HAS COMPARATIVELY A SOUND INVESTMENT ENVIRONMENT
PUNJAB GOVT. TO LAUNCH KHIDMAT CARDS

CHINA TO GIVE $1.6BN LOAN FOR METRO TRAIN PROJECT

PUNJAB TO ASSUME A FOOD FACTORY ROLE IN THE REGION
AGRICULTURE IN PUNJAB
HUGE POTENTIAL FOR GROWTH OF CERAMIC INDUSTRY
 (Issue 9, Mar 3 - 9, 2014)
ENERGY SECTOR: VICTIM OF INCONGRUOUS POLICIES
PAKISTAN ENERGY FORUM CONCLUDES
SUCCESS STORY OF THE BRANDS OF THE YEAR AWARD
COMPLETION OF LNG PROJECT ON FAST-TRACK BASIS

ACUTE NEED TO DIRECT GAS TOWARDS MANUFACTURING

IS LNG REALLY A VIABLE SOLUTION?
INTERVIEW WITH MR MAHFOOZ URSANI, AN AUTHORITY ON CNG
ECONOMY TO GROW AT 5 PERCENT IN 2014

EXPLORING OIL, GAS IN BALOCHISTAN

PSO: THE OIL MARKET LEADER REPORTS UNPRECEDENTED PROFITS
ALTERNATIVE ENERGY OPTIONS AVAILABLE IN PAKISTAN
INTERVIEW WITH MR ABBAS BILGRAMI, MEMBER ENERGY EXPERT GROUP
INTERVIEW WITH MR MOHAMMAD ABBAS SAJID, CHIEF EXECUTIVE ENGINEERING SERVICES
BUSINESS DYNAMICS OF THE CRUDE OIL MARKET
NINTH SESSION OF JOINT ECONOMIC COMMISSION ENDS
 (Issue 8, Feb 24 - Mar 2, 2014)
PAKISTAN ENERGY FORUM 2014
STATE OF CSR IN PAKISTAN IS STILL IN ITS INFANCY?
CSR -- MERELY A SUPERFICIAL WINDOW-DRESSING IN BALOCHISTAN

80 PERCENT OF GLOBAL GDP IN THE HANDS OF PRIVATE SECTOR

PAKISTAN IN DIRE NEED OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
AMEER BEGUM WELFARE TRUST (ABWT) EXTENDING VALUABLE HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE

INSURANCE CAN BE AN EFFECTIVE TOOL FOR CSR

GROWING NEED FOR CSR
CSR INITIATIVES: HOW SHOULD CORPORATES LEAD BY EXAMPLE

CSR AN EFFECTIVE WAY OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

NBP: THE LEADER IN CSR
CSR: COMMITMENT OR RITUAL
INTERVIEW WITH WINNERS OF CSR AWARD – MAISON CONSULTING & SOLUTIONS

MAHVASH & JAHANGIR SIDDIQUI FOUNDATION

SANOFI : A GLOBAL INTEGRATED HEALTHCARE LEADER, FOCUSED ON PATIENTS’ NEEDS
 (Issue 7, Feb 17 - 23, 2014)
GROWTH OF ISLAMIC FINANCE IN PAKISTAN REMAINS A CHALLENGE
INTERVIEW WITH MR SHAFQAAT AHMED, CEO AL BARAKA BANK (PAKISTAN) LIMITED
ISLAMIC BANKING TAKES A KICK START
NEED TO REVISIT ISLAMIC BANKING
CHALLENGES WITH TAKAFUL IN PAKISTAN
TAKAFUL A LOSS MAKING BUSINESS
EDUCATION & INSURANCE -- KEY PLAYERS OF DEVELOPED ECONOMIES
BRUNEI DARUSSALAM EXPERIENCING STRONG ISLAMIC BANKING

ISLAMIC FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS PROGRESS GIVES CONVENTIONAL BANKS RIGOROUS COMPETITION

INTERVIEW WITH MR JUNAID AHMED, PRESIDENT AND CEO DUBAI ISLAMIC BANK PAKISTAN LIMITED
ISLAMIC FINANCE BROADENING HORIZON IN THE WEST

AITEMAAD – NBP ISLAMIC BANKING

 (Issue 6, Feb 10 - 16, 2014)
IT INDUSTRY FOR 2014: PREDICTIONS AND EXPECTATIONS
HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES TO INTRODUCE 3G KNOWLEDGES NOW
INTERVIEW WITH MR KHUSHNOOD AFTAB, CEO VIPER TECHNOLOGY PVT LTD

DEPLOYMENT OF TECHNOLOGY IN FINANCIAL SECTOR

PAKISTAN ON THE VERGE OF TELECOM REVOLUTION
SAMSUNG AND NOKIA HAVE LEFT APPLE TRAILING BEHIND IN GLOBAL SALES
FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN PAKISTAN’S HOTEL INDUSTRY
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND EDUCATION
3G AUCTION IS IN THE OFFING
TELECOM SECTOR EMERGES AS ONE OF THE FASTEST GROWING SECTORS OF THE ECONOMY

QUESTION & ANSWERS WITH MR. ARIF SHAFIQUE – GM NOKIA PAKISTAN

 (Issue 5, Feb 3 - 9, 2014)
THAR COAL TO HELP RESOLVE ENERGY CRISIS
PROSPECTS OF COAL FIRED POWER IN PAKISTAN

ISSUES RELATED TO DEVELOPMENT OF COAL-BASED POWER PLANTS

INTERVIEW WITH A. ABDULLAH ZAKI, PRESIDENT KARACHI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY
CAN COAL BECOME A VIABLE FUEL FOR POWER GENERATION?
IS IT WORTH BURNING GAS FOR TRANSPOSITION AT THE COST OF INDUSTRIAL GROWTH?

FOREIGN INVESTORS FROM 35 COUNTRIES COMMITTED TO PAKISTAN ECONOMY

MEGA COAL-BASED POWER PROJECT IN PUNJAB
RATIONALIZING POWER GENERATION COST
ENERGY SECTOR IN A TRANSITION FROM CONVENTIONAL FUEL TO COAL FIRED POWER GENERATION
COAL PROJECT OF $1.6BN FOR POWER GENERATION STARTS
SERIOUS LAGS IN ELECTRICITY RECEIVABLES
SELF-SUFFICIENCY IN ENERGY SECTOR: COAL, THE ONLY AVAILABLE INDIGENOUS, INEXPENSIVE ALTERNATE RESOURCE
INTERVIEW WITH MR MAHMOOD NAWAZ SHAH, VICE PRESIDENT SINDH ABADGAR BOARD
TRADE IN ELECTRICITY WITH INDIA, CABINET GIVES APPROVAL TO SIGN MOU
BUKSH ENERGY TO VENTURE INTO LED LIGHTING SOLUTIONS

COAL GASIFICATION AND FERTILIZER SECTOR

 (Issue 4, Jan 27 - Feb 2, 2014)
AGRICULTURAL FINANCING EN ROUTE TO MEET DISBURSEMENT TARGET OF FY14
VALUE ADDITION IN AGRICULTURE

INTERVIEW WITH MR ABDUL MAJEED, CHAIRMAN NATIONAL FOODS LIMITED

PAKISTANI RICE EXPORT TO CHINA TO SURGE BEYOND ONE MILLION METRIC TONNE
CONTRIBUTION OF THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR TOWARDS THE ECONOMIC GROWTH OF PAKISTAN
LENDING TO FARMERS SHOWS SOME DISTURBING TREND

ONLY 20 PERCENT OF FARMING SECTOR HAS ACCESS TO BANK FACILITY:  ISLAMIC BANKING TO FOCUS ON AGRICULTURE AS WELL

PAKISTAN’S AGRICULTURE SECTOR POSSESSES HUGE POTENTIAL OF GROWTH
INTERVIEW WITH MR. MOHAMMAD SHOAIB, CHIEF EXECUTIVE AL MEEZAN INVESTMENTS
THRIVING FOOD BUSINESS IN KARACHI: A LUCRATIVE INVESTMENT OPTION
INTERVIEW WITH CE OF ANIS ASSOCIATES
DEVELOPING LIVESTOCK ON MODERN LINES IN BALOCHISTAN
IMMENSE NEED FOR FOCUSING MORE ON AGRICULTURE VALUE ADDITION

ENHANCING WHEAT PRODUCTION IN BALOCHISTAN

 (Issue 3, Jan 20 - 26, 2014)
KARACHI STOCK EXCHANGE STELLAR PERFORMANCE: A GREEN PASTURE OR A DEADLY MOAT?
POTENTIAL TRIGGERS OF STOCK MARKET

POLICY RATE UNCHANGED AT 10 PERCENT

INTERVIEW: TARIQ HUSSAIN KHAN – HEAD OF RESEARCH, PEARL SECURITIES
STOCK MARKETS SURGING AND ECONOMY RECOVERING

INTERVIEW WITH MR KHALID IQBAL SIDDIQUI, HEAD CAPITAL MARKETS DIVISION, UNITED BANK LTD

PROGRESS OF THE KARACHI STOCK EXCHANGE
SECP SPECIFIES GROWTH RATE SCENARIOS FOR LIFE INSURANCE AND FAMILY TAKAFUL ILLUSTRATION FOR THE YEAR 2014
PAKISTAN EYES TO BE THE LEADER IN ISLAMIC FINANCIAL SYSTEM
KSE POSSESSES ENORMOUS POTENTIAL TO EXPAND MANIFOLD IN NEAR FUTURE
MONETARY POLICY: WHAT DO THE TRENDS SHOW
INVESTING IN NEW BANKING TECHNOLOGY

GLOBAL ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT FOR 2014: SLOW BUT POSITIVE

(Issue 2, Jan 13 - 19, 2014)
BRIGHT PROSPECTUS FOR FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN 2014
WHAT DO WE AS CITIZEN EXPECT PAKISTAN TO BE?

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH MR AFTAB SYED, CEO AINiT CONSULTANCY SERVICES (PVT) LTD

CONTAINING DEPRECIATION IN RUPEE VALUE
TWO BCF SHORTFALL IN GAS A BOON FOR OIL COMPANIES

ANOTHER YEAR OF TRIAL AND HARDSHIPS

SECURITY CHALLENGE FOR BALOCHISTAN IN 2014
MORE CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN 2014
BUSINESS COMMUNITY NOT HAPPY WITH FREIGHT FORWARDERS, DEMANDS FOR AUTONOMOUS REGULATORY BODY
OPTIMISM FOR REVIVAL OF NATIONAL ECONOMY IN 2014
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN BALOCHISTAN
LAW ENFORCEMENT IN UNITED STATES, A MODEL WORTH ADOPTING FOR PAKISTAN
WHAT GSP PLUS OFFERS TO PAKISTAN?
 (Issue 1, Jan 6 - 12, 2014)
ANALYZING INVESTMENT AVENUES
SALE OF TREASURY BILLS THROUGH STOCK EXCHANGES

GROWING ROLE OF XPRESS MONEY IN FUND TRANSFERS

VISIBLE SIGNS OF IMPROVEMENT IN ECONOMY, CLAIMS ISHAQ DAR
FUTURE GROWTH IN GOLD

RECORD GROWTH OF CORPORATE SECTOR IN BALOCHISTAN

PAKISTAN DIRELY NEEDS FOREIGN INVESTMENT TO HELP OVERCOME ITS ECONOMIC WOES
THE STATE OF INVESTMENTS IN PAKISTAN
CONSUMER SURVEYS VITAL FOR POLICY MAKING
INTERVIEW WITH CE OF GUL DHAMI SECURITIES
INTERVIEW WITH MR SHOAIB SIDDIQUI, COMMISSIONER KARACHI
NATIONAL SAVINGS GIVING BANKS A RUN FOR THEIR MONEY
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