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A milestone German foray in Pakistan

Khalid Butt

CARMUDI, the world’s fastest growing online car classified, has now brought its global venture to Pakistan. The online car classified has launched a mobile application which will allow users to browse thousands of cars on the go. Hosting over 200,000 vehicles online, Carmudi,s app will give users an excellent experience of buying cars while on the move, thus allowing them the same sense of ease and comfort out and about as they would experience in front of their PCs at home. Revolutionizing the E Commerce platform in Pakistan, the app is the first of many to make its way in the Pakistani market. With a thriving Pakistani operations team, the app is already a hit amongst Pakistani audiences.

Efforts being made to remove infrastructure inadequacies: Khurram

Islamabad—Federal Minister for Commerce Engineer Khurram Dastgir Khan said on Thursday that under the prudent leadership, vision and guidance of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan has embarked upon strenuous efforts to address its infrastructure inadequacies as a matter of high priority.
Trade delegations abroad merely a joyride

Proper training, knowledge of trade is lacking: Unisame

Amanullah Khan

Karachi—President Union of Small and Medium Enterprises (UNISAME) Zulfikar Thaver in an eye catching remark has said even the trade delegations taken by the trade associations are merely like picnics and not conducted scientifically in the true sense of the word. Most of the trade leaders who lead the delegation are not even aware of the size of the crop or commodities whereas they are supposed to know export figures on their finger tips.
BoP, Pak Suzuki sign pact

Unemployed youths to get yellow cabs

Muzaffar Ali

Lahore—This time again the Punjab government in collaboration with the Bank of Punjab, taking radical steps to eliminate the level of poverty among the masses, embarked on the yellow cab schemes to provide as many fifty thousand vehicles to educated unemployed youth of Punjab and in this regard a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between the President of the Bank of Punjab (BOP) Naeem Uddin Khan and Managing Director of Pak Suzuki Motor Pvt Limited Hero Fumi Nagao in a ceremony held at BOP head office in Lahore on Thursday.
Corporate sector rises to occasion

Toyota Indus Motor Company relief trucks for IDPs

Amanullah Khan

Karachi—The corporate sector has once again shown their commitment to Pakistan by extending whole hearted support for the displaced persons in Waziristan. Toyota Indus Motor Company has handed over a relief consignment of Rs 5 million to the National Disaster Management Authority for the internally displaced persons (IDPs) who have been affected as a result of the military operation in North Waziristan Tariq Hussain Khan, General Manager HR & CSR, Indus Motor Company, handed over the humanitarian assistance to Chairman NDMA, Major General Saeed Aleem, as a gesture of solidarity to the IDPs to elevate the sufferings of the affectees.

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