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The company’s partnership with Gilead Sciences has resulted in better products available to the Pakistani market, and a substantially better financial performance for the company itself
Finance Ministry refuses to give approval for the deal, resulting in now a five-year delay for the transaction
The country’s second-largest telecommunications company – and the biggest one owned by the government – is facing significant delays from its own regulator
The transaction is part of a distressed fire sale arranged at the behest of the company’s major creditors after the company defaulted on its loan obligations
The desire of former President Asif Ali Zardari’s associate, and alleged partner in money laundering, to control his sugar mills from Karachi Central Jail continues to hamper the ability of the company to publish its financial statements
Ghandhara Industries denies story that has been circulating on social media about its supposed plans to partner with a Chinese automaker
As the government seeks to end its contract with Turkish waste management companies, it is heavy handed in how it sees them off
Since the free market has failed to ensure transparency or clamp down on deceptive advertising, perhaps it is time for a regulator or a CCP-oversight trade body to step in and set the terms for social media content creators
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While some mills have struggled with higher sugarcane costs, others have managed to post higher gross margins and profits
Company plans to pay down entirety of its long-term debt in 2021, at least one year ahead of schedule
Plan is part of the company’s aggressive growth strategy to dominate the food commodities business
TPL is selling over a third of the company to the London-based group that also has investments in Afghanistan
Backed by a commitment by Procter & Gamble to invest heavily in local manufacturing, Gillette’s comeback to Pakistani manufacturing may be more long-lasting this time around. But its main rival Treet is not worried