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Mr. Emil Wyss visits Pakistan and expresses good wishes for vibrant nation

Mr. Emil Wyss visits Pakistan and expresses good wishes for vibrant nation

Pakistan has been able to beef up its image globally. Plenty of foreign diplomats have been visiting Pakistan recently. Pakistan is being considered one of the most worth-visiting countries these day. There is very likelihood that once the fear of coronavirus subsides across the world, visitors from across the world would visit Pakistan. Mr. Emil Wyss, the former Consul General of Switzerland in Karachi from 2014-16, and his spouse, Arie …

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Manufacturer and Govt’s firm part can help economy well built

Manufacturer and Govt’s firm part can help economy well built

We must follow anti coronavirus steps to make Pakistan Day and Pakistanis save and live longer Interview with Mr Ahmed Chinoy — a renowned businessman PAGE: Your views on the Pakistan Day festivities this year due to the fear of coronavirus? Ahmed Chinoy: Pakistan Day has a very significant importance in the heart of every Pakistani individual but the current scenario of coronavirus, which has taken the world in its control. …

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Pakistanis must follow safety measures, directives to contain coronavirus

Pakistanis must follow safety measures, directives to contain coronavirus

Interview with Mr S. M. Muneer — leader of the business community of Pakistan PAKISTAN & GULF ECONOMIST had an exclusive conversation with Mr S. M. Muneer regarding Pakistan Day celebrations and the current economic scenario of Pakistan in particular and the world in general. Following are the excerpts of the conversation: Pakistan Day celebrations this year have been called off which is a very prudent decision. I stand by the government in …

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Impact of coronavirus on the consumer confidence

Impact of coronavirus on the consumer confidence

Uncertainty is worse than bad news. Some airlines in many countries have asked their employees to go on unpaid leave. There is a likelihood that the employees may be sent on forced leave without pay to cope with the unprecedented disaster globally. The coronavirus has infected over 135,000 people across the world and more than 4,900 people are believed to have died of the virus. In addition to Wuhan in China the …

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Takaful method set to take over 70pc of Pakistan insurance industry in five years

Takaful method set to take over 70pc of Pakistan insurance industry in five years

More awareness, taking digital form and conducive environment are key to success Interview with Muhammad Nasir Ali Syed – CEO, Pak-Qatar General Takaful Limited PAGE: Tell me something about yourself and your organization, please? Muhammad Nasir Ali Syed: There is no bigger satisfaction in the world than to help fellow human beings and get their honest blessings in return. My colleagues call me that I am more so a teacher and …

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The inheritors of technology and the time of success

The inheritors of technology and the time of success

It is staggering to see infants or toddlers to be precise using cell phones in more or less in every family globally. Parents are at times flabbergasted observing their kids using technology far better than them. Rather, parents seek knowledge from their kids regarding the use of information technology. Teenagers teach the use of technology to their parents almost everywhere. One may be astonished to see how these kids have …

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Credibility in cash on delivery system

Credibility in cash on delivery system

A disgruntled account/credit card holder of one of the leading banks disclosed that he received a call from his bank inquiring whether he had made three consecutive transactions consecutively amounting to around Rs 80,000/-. To his utter dismay prior to going to bed for a good night sleep, he told the bank employee that he had not made any transaction and was oblivious to what was being communicated to him. …

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Digital disruption

Digital disruption

There are two different schools of thought in Pakistan vis-à-vis digital disruption. One school of thought deems Pakistan as one of the countries, which is rapidly catching up with the rest of the world, however, the contrary viewpoint suggests that Pakistan is still lagging far behind in terms of adopting the technological revolution prevailing globally. There is no denying that Pakistanis are deemed young, educated and to a great extent …

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Core-inflation, direct cash subsidy to exporters need to be focused

Core-inflation, direct cash subsidy to exporters need to be focused

Interview with Mr Ashfaq Yousuf Tola – President, TOLA ASSOCIATES Pakistan & Gulf Economist had an exclusive conversation with Mr Ashfaq Yousuf Tola regarding inflation. Excerpts of the conversation are as follows: According to the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics, the Consumer Price Index Inflation, on a year-on-year basis, has increased by 12.40% in Feb 2020 against an increase of 6.80% over a year ago. On a month-on-month basis, the CPI inflation …

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Menace of poverty

  It would not be wrong to say that poverty in our country is the result of low economic growth, relocation of industry, high food inflation, rising joblessness, warlike conditions, stagnant industry, slowing services sector, energy shortfall, poor governance, gender discriminatory practices and non-availability of credit to the micro and small-scale industry. Poverty is not the issue only in Pakistan however, it is essential to address this issue at the …

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