Government of Pakistan
Board of Investment
(Public Affairs Wing)
from Pakistan (05-10-2002)
government has issued ‘Countervailing Duties
Rules, 2002’ to protect the local industry
and trade from the subsidised imports of industrial
items produced in the country.
- Improvement in Shell Pakistan and Hub Power changed the whole
pattern of the stock market on Friday and index recouped
overnight losses where ratio between gainers and
losers stood around eight to five.
government is preparing white paper on its three
years achievements, which is expected to be released
before the general elections. Pakistan successfully
tested the surface-to-surface ballistic Shaheen-1
US Ambassador to Pakistan, Nancy Power, on Friday
said the cases of 700 Pakistani students seeking
visas for studying in American universities have
Election Commission asked the authorities in the
Centre and provinces to remain impartial in the electoral
process. Pakistan elected as a member of the International
Telecommunications Union Council by getting 116 votes.
government has chalked out a comprehensive programme
to link north and south across Pakistan through a
reliable roadwork to provide a communication network
to Afghanistan and Central Asian Republics.
promotion Bureau of Pakistan has received invitation
for participation of Pakistani exporters in the BioFach-Tokyo,
a fair scheduled to be held in Tokyo (Japan) from
December 5 to 7, 2002.
World Bank will enhance Pakistan’s annual assistance
from the existing $600 million to $900 million in
2003-04 to effectively support various development
Agricultural Development Bank of Pakistan (Reorganization
Conversion) Ordinance 2002 with immediate effect.
rupee gained four paisa against the dollar in the
inter-bank market despite nominal corporate debt
servicing and oil import payments.