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  • Nationwide movement of goods transport allowed

    ISLAMABAD: Amid rising cases of coronavirus with another death being reported from Lahore, Prime Minister Imran Khan has lifted the ban on goods transport movement and decided to allow opening of food-related industries to ensure adequate supply of essential items during the nationwide lockdown...

    Accompanied by federal ministers and his special assistants Asad Umar, Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan, Dr Zafar Mirza, Khusro Bakhtiar, the prime...

  • Work begins on Sukkur warehouse for relief goods

    SUKKUR: A warehouse is being built in the SITE area in collaboration with Japan, Australia, The Netherlands and the United States to store relief goods for use in time of natural disasters in upper Sindh, according to director general of the Provincial Disaster Management Authority Syed Salman Shah...

    He said the four countries had in past provided relief goods for the disaster-hit people, which included trucks, motorboats, medicines,...

  • Goods train hit by bombs in Tandojam

    HYDERABAD: Three wagons of a goods train overturned and six others derailed when two bombs exploded on a track near Goth Mureed Sipio railway crossing in Tandojam on Monday...

    Meanwhile, a goods train hit another stationary goods train near the Latifabad Unit-7 railway crossing on Monday morning...

  • Goods, services must be treated together in Brexit talks: UK

    LONDON: Britain urged the European Union on Monday not to separate goods from their services in Brexit talks, further outlining its negotiating stance to try to nudge discussions forward to a second phase on future relations...

    In two position papers - one on goods and the other on confidentiality - the government set out more proposals that it said would help ‘give businesses and consumers certainty and confidence’ after Britain...

  • Sports goods manufacturers demand incentive package, ‘football village’

    SIALKOT: Sports goods manufacturers and exporters on Friday demanded a special incentives package for the Sialkot-based industry, with special focus on setting up a ‘football village’ with training and development facilities...

    Meeting a group of journalists, leading manufacturers and exporters from the north-eastern city in Punjab said the sports goods industry is in dire need of government patronage...

  • UAE to tax selective goods from Oct 1

    “The selective tax will be imposed on all selective goods that are consumed within the country even if they are in a free zone or at airports,” Younis al-Khouri, the under-secretary of the Ministry of Finance, told WAM in an exclusive statement...

    “Goods accompanied by travellers out of the country will not be taxed, unlike those accompanied with the arrivals of the state, which will be taxed,” he explained...

  • Japan, Philippines to discuss transfer of military goods

    TOKYO: Japan and the Philippines agreed on Thursday to start talks on transferring Japanese military hardware and technology to the Southeast Asian country trying to upgrade its defences...

    Tokyo eased restrictions on exports of military equipment and technology last year as part of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s push to expand Japan’s military role abroad
  • Second consignment of relief goods for Nepal to be sent today

    ISLAMABAD: The second consignment of relief goods for earthquake-affected people of Nepal will be despatched to Kathmandu on Tuesday...

    The relief goods were sch­e­­duled to be taken by C-130 planes on Monday, but fli­ghts were cancelled because of bad weather and heavy air traffic at the Kathmandu airport...

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