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Global tensions mount as OPEC maintains decision to sustain output despite lack of demand.
Analysts forecast even further falls, as supply continues to outpace demand.
Pakistan Aeronautical Complex has capacity to construct 25 JF-17 jet fighters a year, according to Air Marshal Javaid Ahmad.
Narendra Modi’s regime plans series of asset disposals, starting with five-percent stake in Steel Authority of India.
OPEC’s decision to maintain crude output despite existing supply causes huge dip in prices.
Finance minister says the bond will help achieve national foreign exchange reserves of $15 billion by year’s end.
State-carrier had been suspended in September over security fears.
Energy giant was one of several foreign firms accused by Indian authorities of underpricing shares.
Narendra Modi has appointed a minister for traditional medicine to secure foothold in global market.
State Bank cuts interest rate to 9.5 percent on basis of improving economic indicators.
Spokesman for P.M. Sharif says new agreements will allow Chinese companies to help build power stations in Pakistan.
Despite the bad press, a great place to invest.
Analysts credit falling inflation, easing of political tensions for rise of Pakistani stocks.
Forbes magazine’s ‘China Rich List’ says there are currently 242 Chinese billionaires.
New Delhi claims businesspeople illegally stashed funds abroad to avoid taxes.
China, Pakistan, India and Bangladesh among 21 nations who signed MoU to establish Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.
Mark Zuckerberg tells conference in New Delhi there is great potential for growth in India.
No solutions yet on how to lay the pipeline in unrest-wracked regions, including Taliban-controlled areas in Afghanistan.
T. C. Raghavan says ties between neighboring nations are improving and praises business-to-business linkages.
President of the Chambers of Industries estimates losses of at least $5 billion.