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PM, Dutch Queen discuss Pak economic agenda

PM, Dutch Queen discuss Pak economic agenda

Premier tells Khazakhstan First Deputy Defence Minister CPEC to be beneficial for all CARs

Staff Reporter

Islamabad—Appreciating Queen Maxima’s devotion to promoting financial inclusion for development, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Tuesday said that her visit to Pakistan would provide an added stimulus to all stakeholders to achieve the goal with full zeal and spirit. The prime minister was talking to Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, who is also UN
PIA workers end strike, operations resume

PIA workers end strike, operations resume

JAC Chairman Baloch says a friend advised us to end protest

Staff Reporter

Karachi—The Joint Action Committee of Pakistan International Airlines employees on Tuesday announced to end its strike against the proposed privatisation of the national flag carrier and asked employees to resume flight operations across the country with immediate effect. Addressing a press conference, JAC chairman Sohail Baloch announced the decision to
Pak has potential to become fast growing economy: WB Chief

Pak has potential to become fast growing economy: WB Chief

Universal Financial Access Initiative launched

Mian Arshad

Islamabad—President World Bank Group Jim Yong Kim, Tuesday, said that Pakistan had great potential to become more ambitious in reforming economy to lift more people out of poverty and share prosperity among them.

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