Pakistan News

    Sneha Khawaja Unilever Pakistan

  • Nestle, Unilever think small in Big Food’s sales quest

    LONDON: Nestle and Unilever both snapped up small, artisanal brands on Thursday, part of a drive by big food firms to boost slowing sales with products seen as ethical or healthy...

    Natural, organic, artisanal or plant-based products have been a bright spot in an otherwise tepid market, where the need to buy growth and cut costs led to Danone’s purchase of WhiteWave and failed attempts by Kraft Heinz to buy Unilever and Mondelez to...

  • Unilever posts Rs1.23bn profit

    KARACHI: Unilever Pakistan Food Ltd’s profit-after-tax rose 5...

    21m to be invested, while the previous approvals in respect of investment in Nestle Pakistan; Tri-Pak Films; Sanofi Aventis; Siemens (Pakistan) and Packages Cons­truction (Pvt) Ltd were not utilised or partly utilised...

  • Unilever picks Rotterdam as Britain loses the battle before Brexit

    LONDON: Britain’s third biggest company Unilever picked Rotterdam over London for its main headquarters on Thursday in a blow to Prime Minister Theresa May’s government a year before Brexit...

    Under the new plan, Unilever will continue to be listed in London, Amsterdam and New York, and will divide into three divisions, keeping two based in Britain...

  • Unilever faces calls to scrap skin lightening products

    NEW DELHI: Unilever is facing calls to scrap a range of skin lightening products in South Asia, where critics said a rebranding announced on Thursday was a “gimmick” that did not fully resolve the problem...

    On Thursday, Unilever announced it was dropping the word “fair” from the name, a move applauded by some but criticised by others, with many people on social media in India saying it did not go far enough...

  • Unilever to stop US advertising on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter

    THE HAGUE: Unilever PLC said on Friday it will stop advertising on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter in the United States for the rest of the year, citing “divisiveness and hate speech during this polarised election period in the US”...

    We will be monitoring ongoing and will revisit our current position if necessary,” Unilever said in a statement...

  • Pakistan welcomes US mediation in easing tension with India: Khawaja Asif

    Pakistan believes in regional peace and welcomes mediation by the United States in easing tension with India, Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif said on Monday...

    Addressing the fourth round of US-Pakistan Bilateral Dialogue in Islamabad, Asif said Pakistan has always preferred a comprehensive dialogue with its South Asian neighbour that could contribute to peace in the region, Radio Pakistan reported...

  • US, Pakistan yet to overcome trust deficit: Khawaja Asif

    ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif admitted on Monday that Pakistan and the United States had not been able to overcome their trust deficit despite recent high-level interactions...

    The US and Pakistan have lately engaged each other to avert a rupture in ties following President Donald Trump’s criticism of Pakistan over alleged safe havens while unveiling his administration’s strategy for South Asia and Afghanistan...

  • No change in China's policy towards Pakistan: Khawaja Asif

    Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif informed the Senate on Tuesday that China's stance regarding Pakistan has not changed, and that the situation on the foreign policy front was not as alarming as it was being portrayed...

    Asif was giving a policy statement on an adjournment motion in the Senate regarding the apparent change in China's policy towards Pakistan in light of the 9th BRICS summit declaration in September...

  • US told that Pakistan is not a safe haven for terrorists: Khawaja Asif

    Following the meeting between Pakistani officials and US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in Islamabad on Tuesday, Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif ? who was a member of the Pakistani delegation ? said that the American delegation was informed that Washington's allegations against Pakistan of offering safe havens to terrorists and protecting the Haqqani network are incorrect...

    According to the foreign minister, the Pakistani delegation...

  • Pakistan's arms not for decoration, Khawaja Asif tells India

    ISLAMABAD: Defence Minister Khawaja Asif on Monday said if forced into war by India, Pakistan will respond in a befitting manner, adding that “our arms are not meant for decoration...

    “By issuing provocative statements, Indian politicians want to distract Pakistan’s attention from the war on terror,” he said, adding that India had been “promoting terrorism in Pakistan...

  • Khawaja Junaid disappointed by Pakistan Hockey Federation action

    LAHORE: Sacked head coach of Pakistan team Khawaja Junaid is disappointed the way the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) ousted him from the job in the backdrop of the national team’s dismal performance in the World Hockey League...

    Junaid had claimed that Pakistan had qualified for next year’s World Cup to be held in India after getting 7th place amid 10-team participated in the World Hockey League, which was a qualifying round for the...

  • Pakistan rejects terrorism in all forms: Khawaja Asif

    ISLAMABAD: Minister for Defence Khawaja Muhammad Asif has said that Pakistani nation rejects and denounces terrorism and extremism in all its forms and manifestations...

    Zarb-i-Azb along with different operations conducted from time to time by our armed forces is testament to the fact that people of Pakistan reject terrorism,” he said...

  • Pakistan ready to respond to any 'short' or 'long' war: Khawaja Asif

    ISLAMABAD: Defence Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif on Thursday responding to the Indian army chief's statements earlier this week, said that Pakistan is ready for a small scale or prolonged war if Indian leadership proceeded with the same, Radio Pakistan reported...

    Asif said that Pakistan is a firm believer of peace in the region and world at large, but was fully prepared to respond 'befittingly' if provoked...

  • More
Back to top