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COVER STORY

INTEL IN PAKISTAN

Sep  23 - 29, 2002   
ISSUE # 38  

Reaching the top of FORTUNE's annual list of the world's most admired companies is not easy. If getting to the top of the list is hard, staying there is even tougher. Every year the businesses moves just a bit faster, the competition gets a little more menacing, and the world seems slightly smaller. This week's cover story is more about what Intel has been doing in Pakistan.

 

SAUDI PAK BANK
The transformation of former Prudential Commercial Bank as Saudi Pak Commercial Bank has surprised many a critics. In less than ten months since Prudential was acquired by Saudi Pak Group, the Bank has shown remarkable performance ready to play a vital role in the economy of the country.

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KESC
Will the privatization of KESC resolve the problems of load-shedding, power break downs and above all the unbearable and exorbitant charges of electricity paid by the citizens? Monopoly enjoyed by KESC is said to be the root cause of all these ills. Prior to its privatization, KESC should be divided into 4 companies to address all these problems. Healthy competition among the 4 private companies will expect to perform better in terms of service as well as price of the electricity.

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