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  • ISP insider: How my search for faster internet in Pakistan drove me up the wall

    In Pakistan we use the internet to gain information, conduct financial transactions, follow sporting events, endlessly share amusing pictures of grammatically challenged cats and send ‘fraandship’ requests to ‘girls’ who look suspiciously similar to Bollywood actresses and whose parents bestowed them with unique names such as ‘Lonely Sad Angel 98...

    ’We also use it to get involved in heated Facebook flame wars with our dear neighbors...

  • Subcommittee agrees agencies should have access to ISP data

    ISLAMABAD: A parliamentary committee, on Thursday, approved a section of the electronic crimes bill, allowing investigation agencies to have access to the user data of internet service providers’ (ISP) without prior court permission...

    Ministry of IT Member Legal Amina Sohail and Director Legal Nasir Ayyaz argued that the PEC 2015 was in sync with other laws which deal with offences and most definitions and words were copied verbatim...

  • Saudi 'green card' to allow expats to own property, start business in kingdom

    The Saudi cabinet is deliberating over a proposed scheme to issue 'Privileged Iqamas' to expatriates that would allow them to become permanent residents, own properties and start businesses in the kingdom without the need of local sponsors called kafeel, Arab News reported...

    It is pertinent to mention here that in the existing system, expatriates cannot start a business without a kafeel, who is required to have a sizeable share in...

  • Pakistan StartUp Cup looking for innovative business ideas

    The fourth Pakistan StartUp Cup — arranged by the US Diplomatic Mission in Pakistan and The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) — is looking for entrepreneurs with innovative business ideas to apply to the competition by September 20...

    The Pakistan StartUp Cup Challenge is a business model competition open to all business types, with special focus on entrepreneurs with grassroots-driven business models...

  • US companies keen to invest in Pakistan: American Business Council survey

    KARACHI: A large number of US companies have plans to invest in Pakistan, with almost 95 per cent participants of American Business Council (ABC) ‘perception survey’ optimistic about long-term economic and operating environment in the country...

    Over 40pc of the respondents indicated that the perception of Pakistan improved in 2016-17, compared to 6pc from the year before...

  • Pakistan ranked 147th in Doing Business report

    ISLAMABAD: The World Bank on Tuesday ranked Pakistan at 147th out of 190 countries in its ‘Doing Business 2018’ report...

    The report noted that Pakistan implemented four business reforms in 2017 — making it easier to register a new business, transfer commercial property and facilitate cross border trade...

  • 'Business as usual with Pakistan now over,' warns US National Security Council spokesman

    With a tougher regional policy announced by the United States (US) on Tuesday, National Security Council (NSC) Spokesperson Michael Anton warned Pakistan that it is "on notice from this president, from this administration", Politico reported...

    Anton, speaking to reporters on a conference call, was quoted by Politico as saying that "business as usual [with Pakistan] as it has been up to now is over", and that the US could impose...

  • China finds Pakistan open for business at first industrial fair

    LAHORE: “Chinese companies are considering shifting their industrial units to Pakistan,” said Federal Minister for Commerce and Textile Pervaiz Malik on Saturday...

    “So keeping in view the feedback, we are considering to also establish our industrial unit in Pakistan so as to offer our goods to Pakistanis on rates cheaper than China...

  • Online guide published to encourage sustainable business in Pakistan

    KARACHI: “The reason why Pakistan suffers from rampant child labour is because the definition of a child varies to suit the needs of a few...

    Once it is universalised, then only will we be able to eradicate this social evil,” said Karamat Ali, executive director of the Pakistan Institute of Labour Education and Research (Piler)...

  • Make job creation a cornerstone of CPEC: Pakistan Business Council

    KARACHI: The Pakistan Business Council (PBC) has urged economic managers to ensure that the existing industry is not undermined by special economic zones (SEZs) being set up under the China-Pakistan Econo­mic Corridor (CPEC)...

    “There needs to be greater transparency on how the CPEC will impact the competitiveness of existing domestic industries and the safeguards that will be deployed to prevent it from becoming a channel for cheap...

  • Pakistan, Turkey explore business opportunities

    ISLAMABAD: The growing Turkish involvement in socio-economic development of Pakistan is a clear manifestation of the desire of the leadership on both sides to transform this strong political and cultural relationship into a robust economic partnership...

    This was stated by Charge d’ Affaires of Pakistan Syed Ali Asad Gilani while speaking at the Pakistan-Turkey Business Oppor­tunities Conference on Saturday, organised by the...

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