According to the latest data from the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS), cement exports from Pakistan saw a 1.9% increase in July November 2014 compared to the corresponding period in 2013. During the reporting period, exports totalled US$229.849 ... worldcement.com, 3 weeks ago
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- Islamabad—The Finance Minister Ishaq Dar, Saturday, appreciated achievements of Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS), and congratulated the staff who worked on this assignment. Chairing the 7th meeting of the PBS Governing Council, here Dar ...Pakistan Observer, 3 weeks ago Conduct of surveys, population census discussed: Dar chairs seventh meeting of PBS Council Business Recorder, 3 weeks ago Next CCI meeting to decide about population census Pakistan Today, 3 weeks ago Upcoming CCI meeting: Govt pushes for fresh census, change of base year The Express Tribune, 3 weeks ago
ISLAMABAD: Inflation rose to 4.3 per cent in December from 3.96pc in November, Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) said on Thursday, indicating that substantial cut in local oil rates has not impacted prices of other essential commodities. The ...DAWN Group, 1 month ago Pakistan's economy gains steam The Gulf Today, 4 weeks ago Inflation rate in Nov fell to 3.96% against previous month Frontier Post, 2 months ago Inflation eases to 11-year low in November at 4% Daily Times, 2 months ago
November 27, 2014 According to data released by the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics, Large-Scale Manufacturing (LSM) growth was 1.86 percent in the first quarter of the current fiscal year (July-September) over the corresponding period last ...Business Recorder, 2 months ago SBP shows dissatisfaction with PBS's LSM coverage Daily Times, 1 month ago Pakistan's large-scale manufacturing expands 4.89% The Gulf Today, 1 week ago Manufacturing expands 4.89pc in Nov DAWN Group, 1 week ago
ISLAMABAD - Pakistan's oil import bill has started to increase owing to the closure of CNG stations due to severe gas shortage, surging by 3.65 per cent in the month of October over the corresponding period of last year. The government spent $1.22 ...The Nation Pakistan, 2 months ago Oil import bill reduced by 25.56pc to $333m in Nov The Nation Pakistan, 1 month ago Pakistan's oil import bill likely to fall 7.6% The Gulf Today, 1 month ago Tumbling prices cut oil import bill by 7.8pc to $6.95b The Nation Pakistan, 1 week ago
Bureau of statistics head claimed it will take them 10 months. Chief Justice Maqbool Baqar remarked that there can be no effective and fair representation from different parts of the country without a census of ...The Express Tribune, 1 month ago
KARACHI: With 100 basis points system (bps) cut in Discount Rate (DR) by State Bank of Pakistan (SBP), Karachi equity market soared toward new heights in past week while lower inflation reading's expectations would likely set direction of market in ...Daily Times, 22 hours ago
More than 50 passengers were killed and scores injured when the bus on which they were travelling in Pakistan collided with a fuel tanker and caught fire on a highway on the outskirts of the southern city of Karachi. Shortly after midnight the ...RTE Online, 2 weeks ago Nearly 60 killed in head-on collision between bus and oil tanker in Pakistan UPI, 3 weeks ago Dozens dead as bus hits oil tanker in Pakistan ENCA, 3 weeks ago '57 dead' in inferno as Pakistan bus collides with oil tanker International Business Times UK, 3 weeks ago
ISLAMABAD - Pakistan's trade deficit has widened by 33.97 percent during first half (July-December) of the ongoing financial year over the corresponding period of previous year due to the continuous decline in exports and ever increasing growth in ...The Nation Pakistan, 3 weeks ago July-December 2014 trade deficit up by 33.97 percent Business Recorder, 3 weeks ago Pakistani trade deficit falls to $8.813bn Business Recorder, 2 months ago First half: Trade deficit widens 34% as exports fail to pick up pace The Express Tribune, 3 weeks ago
At least 62 people, including women and children, were today killed when their overcrowded bus collided head-on with a speeding oil tanker, sparking a major fire in southern Pakistan, in the deadliest road accident to hit the country in recent ...Millennium Post, 3 weeks ago 62 killed as bus crashes into oil tanker in southern Pakistan ZeeNews.com, 3 weeks ago At least 62 killed in oil tanker-passenger bus collision in Karachi Pakistan Today, 3 weeks ago
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