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KCCI Outperforms in Challenging Times

Recently, KCCI Research published a report: FY20 – KCCI Outperforms in Challenging Times

In the report titled FY20 – KCCI Outperforms in Challenging Times KCCI fought on all fronts for ensuring ease of doing business.
It launched relentless efforts in the areas of policy environment, taxation and much more. Even during COVID-19, KCCI persuaded
the government to reprioritize its resources to protect the business and industrial community in order to save the economy.
Even though KCCI had been advocating for solving Karachi’s woes, especially in the areas of infrastructure development
and provision of uninterrupted supplies of utilities, the chamber shifted gears after torrential rains in the city uncovered the
scale of the problems for Karachiites.

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Turkey invites Pakistan’s private sector to explore JVs

Turkey has invited Pakistan’s private sector to explore opportunities of joint-ventures in trade and investment with its counterparts, while expressing interest to help develop tourism sector and cooperate in the information and technology field. Consul General of Turkey Tolga Ucak, […]

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Major water supply project for Karachi delayed

A major water supply project for the metropolitan city K-IV has been delayed and there is no chance for Karachiites to have sufficient quantity of water in the coming 2-3years. According to the official documents, the completion of the 1ST phase of the ‘Fourth Additional Water Supply Project’ […]

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IMF projects Pak growth rate at 1.5% for current fiscal

IMF has projected Pakistan’s GDP growth rate at 1.5% for FY21 compared to negative 0.4% for FY20. IMF has also projected that Pakistan’s growth rate would be 4% of GDP in FY22. […]

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OMCs, dealers’ margins: Another hike in petrol, diesel prices on the cards

After recent surge in power tariff by PKR 1.95 per unit and twice increase in prices of petroleum products in Jan’21, now the govt. is set to further increase the prices of petrol by PKR 1.03 to whopping PKR 110.23 per litre and diesel by Re0.95 per litre to PKR 114.14 per litre. Petroleum Division has […]

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