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  • CCP imposes Rs1.25m fine on Reckitt Benckiser

    ISLAMABAD: The Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) has imposed Rs1...

    25 million fine on Reckitt Benckiser Pakistan for running a deceptive TV commercial for its surface cleaner which was misleading consumers and hurting the business interests of its competitors...

  • Reckitt Benckiser plans expansion

    KARACHI: Reckitt Benckiser (RB) Pakistan will invest in expanding its production lines in 2017 and ahead, the CEO of the company said...

    Sharing future plans with Dawn, RB Pakistan CEO, Shahzeb Mahmood said the investment will include capacity expansion of existing brands at the Mauripur factory where the company has recently purchased new land...

  • Govt plans Pakistan Steel job cuts to limit salary bill

    ISLAMABAD: The government has decided rationalising the workforce of Pakistan Steel Mills (PSM) to minimise the salary bill being paid out of federal budget...

    Therefore, it has asked PSM to consider options available under the Pakistan Commercial and Industrial Employment Ordinance of 1968 to keep its manpower at bare minimum essentially required to operate a closed mill...

  • Elengy CEO offered top slot in Pakistan State Oil

    ISLAMABAD: A day after the Engro Elengy Terminal Limited (EETL) alleged unfair treatment and wrongdoing in barring it from bidding for the second LNG terminal, the prime minister approved the appointment of CEO of the company as managing director of Pakistan State Oil (PSO) on Friday...

    On Wednesday and Thursday, Mr Sheikh had accused Sui Southern Gas Company Limited (SSGCL) of “mala fides” to have rejected EETL’s bid for the second...

  • Pakistan among fastest growing e-commerce markets: eBay CEO

    Chief Executive Officer of eBay, an American Inc and e-commerce company, has termed Pakistan among the fastest growing e-commerce markets in the world...

    In a Facebook Live session on the page of the World Economic Forum (WEF), Devin Wenig was asked a question regarding his thoughts on Pakistan and emerging markets...

  • ‘Professional CEO can run Pakistan Steel efficiently’

    ISLAMABAD: The government is likely to incur a financial loss of around Rs10 billion for divestment of Pakistan Steel Mills (PSM), National Assembly’s Standing Committee on Industries and Production was informed on Wednesday...

    However, PTI’s Asad Umar and Sajida Begum were not in favour of privatisation, arguing that the plant can be run efficiently if a professional CEO is appointed...

  • Raise in MPAs’ salary, allowances being mulled

    According to sources on Wednesday, each MPA, at present, is drawing monthly Rs12,000 salary, Rs10,000 house rent and as much office maintenance allowance, Rs5,000 telephone and as much sumptuary allowance, Rs3,000 utility allowance, Rs75,000 additional travelling allowance, and Rs15,000 petrol and car maintenance allowance...

    The proposal is to enhance the salary to Rs30,000, house rent to Rs20,000, telephone and sumptuary allowance...

  • JIT documents show Nawaz did receive salary from Capital FZE: Supreme Court

    The documents provided by the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) looking into the Sharif family's businesses show that Nawaz Sharif did receive salary as the chairman of Capital FZE, said the Supreme Court judges on Thursday while hearing the review petitions against the Panama verdict...

    Justice Ejaz Afzal said that the employment agreement stated that a salary of 10,000 dirhams had been set for Sharif...

  • AGP loses legal battle to get stalled salary released

    ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Tuesday dismissed a petition filed by Auditor General of Pakistan (AGP) Akhtar Buland Rana seeking the release of his salary and other service-related benefits...

    The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of the National Assembly last year directed the Accountant General of Pakistan Revenue (AGPR) to stop the salary of Mr Rana and referred a reference against him to the Supreme Judicial Council...

  • Clerks demand 100pc raise in basic salary

    More than 150 clerks, led by All Pakistan Clerks Association (APCA) Central leader Ali Zafar Bilo, Rawalpindi chapter President Adalat Hussain and Raja Arshad Bangial, gathered at Committee Chowk and marched till Marrir Chowk...

    Shaukat Mehmood, an education department official, said the government had given ad hoc relief to the employees but failed to increase the basic salary...

  • Senate body recommends salary hike, cut in tax rate

    Senator Hassani said India was conspiring against Pakistan’s development and blocking its trade and it was now responsibility of the government to link Gawadar with Central Asian States for which Gwadar to Taftan Motorway was of critical importance that should be expedited...

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