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DP World, QICT officials Sultan, Junaid, Cyrus, others hiding dismissal of SHC 14A case to keep looting Pakistan

KARACHI: Senior officials of DP World / Qasim International Container Terminal (QICT) including Chairman Sultan Bin Sulayem, CEO Junaid Zameer, GM Cyrus Khursigara and others are hiding dismissal of the 14A case petition in the Sindh High Court (SHC) to keep looting importers and traders of Pakistan. According to details, DP World / QICT Pakistan and other shipping companies and ... Read More »

LCCI urges CM Punjab to take notice of education tax

LAHORE: Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry has urged the Chief Minister Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharif to take notice of the imposition of heavy commercialization tax on the education sector and sealing-off the private schools by the Lahore Development Authority (LDA). Member Punjab Assembly Nasreen Nawaz and All Pakistan Education Promotion Movement Chairman Fayyaz Khan were also present on the ... Read More »

LCCI VP Kashif Anwar says private sector to share govt’s burden

LAHORE: Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry Vice President Kashif Anwar has said that private sector should assist the government in provision of health and education facilities to the masses. He was speaking at the inaugural ceremony of dental clinic on The Mall on Saturday. A large number of people from different walks of life were present on the occasion. ... Read More »

LCCI to sign MoU with Ghurki Trust Hospital

LAHORE: The Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry (LCCI) and Ghurki Trust Teaching Hospital have decided to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to provide best healthcare facilities to the LCCI members. As per details, LCCI decided to sign a MoU with Ghurki Trust Teaching hospital during the visit of a delegation, led by Vice President Kashif Anwar, to Ghurki ... Read More »

Businessmen worry over delay in Chinese President’s visit

LAHORE: The industrial and trade associations have expressed serious concerns over the postponement of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Pakistan reportedly due to security reasons and the current political situation in Islamabad. The representatives of traders were of the view that the country could not afford politics of protests and sit-ins, as the protests were not only damaging the ... Read More »

Lahore roads blockade causes Rs60m loss to traders

LAHORE: Importers and exporters have suffered losses of millions of rupees as government confiscated containers full of different perishable goods to block the roads across the country. The Lahore Clearing Agents Association president Agha Iftikhar said that now after one week of containers confiscation the commodities have been rotten and no one will ready to bear the damages. “Traders of ... Read More »

Traders ask Imran, Qadri to postpone marches

LAHORE: Business community, reacting over the effect of current political upheaval, has urged the stakeholders to resolve the issues in largest interest of country. Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) Vice President Kashif Anwar said that government has been seeking foreign investment but paying no heed to local industry which is at stake due to current law and order ... Read More »

LCCI asks FBR to withdraw SRO 608(I)/2014

LAHORE: Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry in a press release confirmed that all trade associations of city had rejected tax measures of SRO 608(I)/2014 unanimously and called for it’s immediately withdrawal. AS per details, trade associations of LCCI urged the government to facilitate the business community to put the economy back on track. The demand was raised at a ... Read More »

LCCI rejects SRO 351 (I) 2014, demands withdrawal

LAHORE: Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry has out rightly rejected SRO 351 (I) 2014 and called for its immediate withdrawal for the economic well being of the country. LCCI Acting President Kashif Anwar made the demand as he was talking to the Chairmen of various trade and industry associations. He said that the SRO 351 (I) 2014 would not ... Read More »