Daily Archives: May 30, 2015

High technology based goods export be enhanced-Dr. Shafiq Ur Rehman (The Frontier Star (Pakistan))

Export of high technology based goods be enhanced instead of manufactured goods export if Pakistan intend to survive in world trade because the share of high technology based goods exports to manufactured goods exports in the world is rising continuously.

High technology based goods export be enhanced: Dr Shafiq-ur-Rehman (Regional Times (Pakistan))

Export of high technology based goods be enhanced instead of manufactured goods export if Pakistan intend to survive in world trade because the share of high technology based goods exports to manufactured goods exports in the world is rising continuously.

High technology based goods export be enhanced-Dr. Shafiq Ur Rehman (The Balochistan Times (Pakistan))

Export of high technology based goods be enhanced instead of manufactured goods export if Pakistan intend to survive in world trade because the share of high technology based goods exports to manufactured goods exports in the world is rising continuously.

PM for mass-scale housing project to cater to needs of downtrodden, shelterless people (Daily Balochistan Express (Pakistan))

Prime Minister Mohammad Nawaz Sharif Friday urged the countrys experts and planners to come up with a comprehensive idea of a mass-scale housing project that caters to the needs of millions of downtrodden and shelterless people. “Around 10 percent of

Tat Hong racks up $17m net loss amid market woes (The Straits Times)

TOUGH market conditions and impairment charges hit crane operator Tat Hong over the past 12 months, it reported yesterday. It racked up a net loss of $17.1 million, reversing from earnings of $4.2 million, for the fourth quarter while revenue

Sheltering the poor: PM pleads for mass housing on govt estates (The Express Tribune (Pakistan))

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday appealed to development experts, urban planners and builders to devise mass housing schemes that would cater to the needs of millions of downtrodden and shelter-less people. The prime minister also called upon builders and

Another HK activist barred from entering Malaysia (The Straits Times)

HONG KONG – Malaysia barred a veteran Hong Kong pro-democracy lawmaker from entering the country yesterday, branding him a “troublemaker”, days after student leader Joshua Wong was denied entry over fears he would threaten ties with China. Leung Kwok Hung

$9.2m more in aid to address S-E Asian boat people crisis (The Straits Times)

Pledge from US, Australia comes as key countries agree to fight human trafficking THE US and Australia yesterday pledged an extra $9.2 million in aid to help address the South-east Asian boat people crisis, as key countries agreed to combat

S'pore exports 'to grow 4% a year' (The Straits Times)

HSBC report cites Asian rebound and trade pacts THE Asian economic recovery and the completion of several trade agreements will reignite Singapore’s exports over the next five years, according to an HSBC report yesterday. But it notes that any cyclical

1MDB to get US$1 billion lifeline (The Straits Times)

Funds from Abu Dhabi partner will be used to repay loan from six banks 1MALAYSIA Development Berhad (1MDB) has been thrown a lifeline after its Abu Dhabi partner agreed to provide US$1 billion (S$1.4 billion), so it can pay off