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Global retail franchises making good progress in Pakistan

  Despite security concerns, the country has witnessed an immense influx of foreign retail brands. It is a fact that international brands are making good entry into the country’s lucrative market by opening up their franchises in mega cities and in towns. Certainly, the growing number of international entrants in the local market establishes this fact. The entry of foreign retail franchises into Pakistan is a testament to the enhanced …

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Best and quality packaging allure customers

  Packaging raises the worth of the product/item because the final users repose faith in buying packed item rather than the non-packed ones. Accordingly households not shy of paying more for packed items with comparison to non-packed items which shows that the packaging is on rise or will double its value amid the quality and standard be maintained. Value of a product is raised when packaging is design in such …

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McDonald’s has unique system of offering best fast food

  Serving approximately 68 million customers globally, McDonald’s is the world’s largest chain of hamburger fast food restaurants with over 30,000 outlets worldwide. McDonald’s has some phenomenal systems in place, developed and proven by the input of billions of dollars and hundreds of thousands of man-hours worth of research. In 1980s, various firms enlarged into global operations by franchise mode of business. Though these firms wanted to stick to their …

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Balochistan – an ideal land for shrimp farming growth

  Shrimp farming keep going and growing and remained as one of the fastest growing sectors of the aquaculture industry. The sector has shown explosive growth during the last two decades and particularly during the period between 1985-95, the contribution from farm-raised shrimp to the total world supply of shrimp has grown by approximately 400 per cent. Shrimp farming in the world has grown into a multi billion-dollar giant, creating …

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Toyota regains world’s most valuable car brand spot

  Toyota is the world’s most valuable car brand. It is a defined brand that is having quality and value. The brand has finished in the top spot among other renowned auto brands in seven of nine years in a latest study conducted recently through Millward Brown Optimor BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Car Brands. The annual BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands ranking was created by Millward Brown …

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Stalled growth in tractor manufacturing

  Agriculture to suffer, farm mechanization stagnant The subsidized tractor imports from Belarus to be made up and assembled in Pakistan as indicated by the government policies is feared to threaten the growth of domestic tractor manufacturing industry. The Belarus state-owned company will initially assemble 500 tractors per year and with the increase in demand it plans to enhance production facility to more than 20,000 units per annum. Tractor industry …

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Disparity in education

  Access to quality education is the right of every youth of Pakistan irrespective of his financial background. It is the duty of government to protect this right for both the prosperous and poor by ensuring the same standard of education throughout country. Unfortunately, one can observe a candid disparity in education — rich receiving education in high-standard institutions; while poor have no choice and only have to learned through …

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Repercussion of lower oil prices

  The oil industry with its past history of huge profitability is in the downswing. Earnings are at present in a lower position for companies that have made landmark profits in recent years, pushing them to retire more than half their rigs and abruptly cut investments in exploration and production. About 100,000 oil workers have lost their jobs, and manufacturing of drilling and production equipment has fallen drastically. The oil …

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Falling oil prices: who are the true beneficiaries?

  Oil price in the international market has slumped from around $100 per barrel to below $45 in the past one year. But in Pakistan, the governments generally do not provide the genuine relief to the masses after only reducing fuel prices marginally in the domestic market. A common man will only become the beneficiary of falling oil prices in the global market if the government and the oil and …

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Micro credit sector witnesses a robust growth

  Despite having vast population of young people, the country is not tapping true potential of human resource due to many reasons. Non-availability of adequate credit has been one of the major impediments to the growth of the country’s industrial and agriculture sectors. Pakistan’s financial system currently reaches only a fraction of huge informal sector. Microfinance providers — that segment of the financial services industry focused on the needs of …

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