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Pak-Japan enjoy lasting economic cooperation: Dar

Yamaha Motorcycle plant inauguration scheduled in April

Mian Arshad

Islamabad—Finance Minister, Senator Ishaq Dar, Wednesday, said that Pakistan and Japan had a long history of economic cooperation and that he was now looking forward to furtherance of this cooperation with enhanced Japanese investment in Pakistan as pledged during his visit to Japan. “The inauguration of state of the art Yamaha motorcycle plant in April, would also add another chapter to our economic cooperation”, the Minister said.

Cement exports up 3.99pc in 1st half of 2014-15

Islamabad—The cement exports from the country witnessed an increase of 3.99 percent during first half of current fiscal year as compared to the corresponding period of last year. The exports during the period under review were recorded at $268.699 million compared to the exports of $258.4 million in July-December (2013-14), according to the latest data of Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS).

NA body seeks reports on OGDCL Housing Societies, POL paucity

Staff Reporter

Islamabad—National Assembly Standing Committee on Petroleum & Natural Resources (Pet & NR), Wednesday, examined the issues of three Oil and Gas Development Corporation Limited (OGDCL) Housing Societies and directed the Managing Director OGDCL to present comprehensive report on this issue by February 10. Committee asked the MD OGDCL to fix responsibility on the serving/retired General Managers (previous and present office bearers of the Societies) and other officials of OGDCL; and further sending the case to the investigation agencies for report.

NA body seeks reports on OGDCL Housing Societies, POL paucity

Staff Reporter

Islamabad—National Assembly Standing Committee on Petroleum & Natural Resources (Pet & NR), Wednesday, examined the issues of three Oil and Gas Development Corporation Limited (OGDCL) Housing Societies and directed the Managing Director OGDCL to present comprehensive report on this issue by February 10. Committee asked the MD OGDCL to fix responsibility on the serving/retired General Managers (previous and present office bearers of the Societies) and other officials of OGDCL; and further sending the case to the investigation agencies for report.

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