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  • Multi-language promoters’ guides to attract foreign investors

    ISLAMABAD: The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) has issued ‘promoters’ guides’ in six international languages for encouraging and facilitating foreign investment in the country...

    The promoters’ guides provide comprehensive information regarding incorporation of a company in Pakistan, fee structure, facilities available for online registration and post incorporation statutory compliance to potential foreign...

  • Only 3 overseas Pakistanis register i-votes for by-polls in Lahore's PP-168

    A paltry three overseas Pakistanis registered their i-votes for the upcoming by-elections in Lahore's PP-168 constituency — much to the dismay of the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) and National Database and Registration Authority's (Nadra) officials...

    As the deadline for the internet voting (i-voting) registration lapsed, only a trio of the total 4,667 overseas Pakistanis from the PP-168 constituency registered their votes,...

  • China unveils incentives to boost employment

    BEIJING: China’s cabinet unveiled new measures on Friday to boost employment, offering more flexible tax breaks to companies to hire the jobless, preferential loans and incentives for farmers and new graduates...

    “Resolutely put a stably increasing employment rate as an important goal for macro-economic control,” the State Council said...

  • Employment data

    THE confusion over employment data presented in the Economic Survey persists and needs to be cleared up by the government...

    Some debate around the employment numbers broke out around the Economic Survey announcement, when different figures were circulating regarding this crucial statistic...

  • From unemployment to self-employment

    Unemployment is leading to self-employment and it is working wonders for many a household in urban Pakistan...

    There are enough young people holding MBAs and degrees in Humanities and Social Sciences to fill at least an economy thrice the size of Pakistan’s...

  • Nawaz Sharif did not conceal employment in UAE company: PM's lawyer submits reply in SC

    In a reply submitted before the Supreme Court (SC) on Saturday evening, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's lawyer, Khawaja Harris, denied the allegation that his client had concealed his employment at Capital FZE, an offshore company which was unearthed by the joint investigation team (JIT) probing money laundering allegations against the Sharif family...

    "The allegation that the employment with Capital FZE was concealed by [the prime...

  • Dubai legal firm confirms legality of documents showing PM's employment status: report

    A UAE-based legal firm has verified the contents of a report submitted to the Supreme Court by the joint investigation team (JIT), which states that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was an employee of an offshore company in Dubai, read a report published in the Khaleej Times on Wednesday...

    According to the law firm Khalifa bin Huwaidan Advocates, based on the UAE's labour laws, Sharif would have received a salary while serving as chairman of...
  • Punjab bans employment of children under 15 for hazardous occupations

    LAHORE: The Punjab government has through a landmark ordinance banned employment of children and restricted the recruitment of adolescents, 15 to 18 years of age, for hazardous occupations and processes...

    The Punjab Restriction on Employment of Children Ordinance, 2016, which was promulgated on Wednesday, significantly protects children and adolescents against any form of slavery or practices such as their sale and trafficking, debt...

  • Two million youth need skills, employment  

    KARACHI: Two million youngsters need employment but they also need to be provided with education and technical skills to meet the requirements of employers and corporations, said Punjab Finance Minister Dr Aisha Ghaus...

    Addressing the 3rd Emp­loyer of the Year Award Competition, organised by the Employers’ Federation of Pakistan (EFP), the chief guest said the private sector should play an active role in the development of...

  • ‘Sindh must mobilise resources for youth employment’

    KARACHI: The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is closely working with USAID and Japan to mobilise resources for youth employment in Pakistan, said Country Director, UNDP Pakistan, Marc-André Franche on Monday...

    The meeting discussed Pakistan’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2030 and youth empowerment schemes, with focus...

  • 2m people went abroad for employment in three years, NA told

    ISLAMABAD: The National Assembly was informed on Monday that about two million Pakistanis travelled abroad over the past three years for employment...

    Answering a question in the lower house of parliament, Parliamentary Secretary for Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development Shafqat Hayat Baloch said that 953,945 people had moved to Saudi Arabia, 112,670 to Oman, 845,000 to UAE, about 23,000 to Bahrain, 45,000 to Malaysia and...

  • Punjab reforming skill development for employment generation

    ISLAMABAD: The Punjab government has decided to reform the skills development sector and is creating a focal agency for skills development in an effort to increase the rate of employment creation in the province, it has been learnt...

    This is of concern because the rate of growth of employment has been lower than the rate of growth of labour force in the recent past, according to the ‘Punjab Skills Development Sector Plan 2018’... ...

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