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  • Loadshedding ignites generator sales in Karachi

    But the latest row between K-Electric and its main fuel supplier, the Sui Southern Gas Company Ltd (SSGC), has reignited the generator market all over again...

    Prices for the imported generator sets have surged by almost 30 per cent in some cases, receiving a triple boost from a sudden spike in demand and a simultaneous devaluation of the rupee, as well as a 10pc imposition of regulatory duties on imports...

  • Generator sales decline amid improving power supply

    Also the frequent rise in petrol, diesel and gas prices has made it infeasible for many to rely on these machines for electricity, they added...

    “Generator market has no buyers in this year’s summer season,” owner of Sikandar and Co, Sikandar Shahzada said, attributing the lull in demand for generators to 40 per cent hike in prices...

  • The rise and fall of vegetable prices in Pakistan

    THE ongoing hike in tomato prices is a chilling reminder of the structural problems facing the marketing of perishable food items in Pakistan...

    Tomato and onion prices peaked before and during Eidul Azha, which also coincided with heavy rains in Sindh this year...

  • Drug prices in Pakistan among world’s lowest, claim manufacturers

    LAHORE: Joint efforts of the pharmaceutical industry and the Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan (DRAP) to ensure availability of affordable, quality drugs in the country had improved access of patients to several critical drugs, including thyroxine and anti-TB drugs, the Pharma Bureau and the Pakistan Pharmaceutical Manufa-cturers Association (PPMA) said on Wednesday...

    In a statement, the two organisations refuted recent media...

  • Pakistan’s sugar exports to further depress world prices

    LONDON: An influx of 500,000 tonnes of Pakistani sugar exports will intensify competition with Indian mills and Middle Eastern refineries, adding downward pressure to world prices, trade sources said on Wednesday...

    Pakistan will export 500,000 tonnes of sugar with a subsidy of Rs13,000 per tonne, a Finance Ministry official confirmed to Reuters on Wednesday...

  • Ticket prices for Pakistan-SL series announced

    LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Wednesday announced ticket prices for the upcoming ODI and T20 series between Pakistan and Sri Lanka, starting on Sept 27 in Karachi with the first One-day International...

    The ticket prices for the ODIs being held in Karachi on Sept 27, 29 and Oct 2 are from Rs500 to Rs3,000...

  • End to Iran sanctions may bring down oil prices further

    RIYADH: If oil-related sanctions against Iran are lifted, world oil prices next year could be $5 to $15 a barrel lower than the current forecasts, the US Energy Information Agency (EIA) is projecting...

    “A lifting of sanctions against Iran, should a comprehensive nuclear agreement be concluded, could significantly change the forecast for oil supply, demand, and prices,” good, old friend Adam Sieminski, the EIA Administrator, said in a...

  • Documents show PFF sold 2014 World Cup tickets at inflated prices

    He’d paid almost double the prices for tickets to a few of the World Cup matches for his sons and few of their friends but he was yet to get them...

    Problem was that he hadn’t paid FIFA or its ticketing associate MATCH services that was handling tickets for the World Cup in Brazil; instead he’d paid the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) for the tickets...

  • Traders slap Rs10 on milk prices

    KARACHI: An official crackdown on milk sellers on Monday landed many of them behind bars for arbitrarily enhancing milk prices once again by Rs10 per litre, yet most people may have to purchase the commodity at the new price of Rs90 to Rs95 per litre as the wholesalers and retailers are not ready to bring down the prices on their own...

    The wholesalers claimed that dairy farmers had increased the rate of milk from Rs73 to Rs84 per...

  • Oil summit proposed to prop up sagging prices

    DOHA: Qatar’s Energy Minister Mohammed al-Sada said on Thursday that a proposal by Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro to hold a summit for oil producers to support sagging prices is under consideration...

    Venezuela, an Opec member that relies heavily on oil revenues, has been trying hard to persuade oil producers to cut production to boost oil prices which plunged about 60 per cent since June last year...

  • Oil prices dip after rally

    LONDON: Oil prices dipped Mon­day as the rally sparked by prospects of a cut to the global supply glut faded...

    Prices hit three-week highs earlier Monday, building on last week’s strong gains driven by dollar weakness and after Russia said it could meet the Opec producers’ group for talks on possible output cuts...

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