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A well-known name among Pakistanis and expats Pakistani alike, National Foods Limited (KSE: NATF) began its journey in 1970, predominantly as a spice company. NATF was the pioneer of the concept of hygienically packed spices and convenient, quick-prepare recipe mixes in Pakistan. In 1988, NATF, then a private limited company was become a public limited company and is now registered on all the three stock exchanges of Pakistan.

Pakistan Petroleum Limited (KSE: PPL) is a key player in the country's oil and gas exploration and production segment. The exploration and production firm has been in this business for several years, contributing to about one fourth of total gas supplies, besides producing crude oil, condensate and LPG. PPL's capital structure of the company consists of 67.51 percent shareholdings of GOP, 7.35 percent of PPL employee empowerment trust, and 25.14 percent of private investors, after the privatisation procedure that resulted 2.5 percent of government holding divestment.
The USAID Mission in Pakistan is the second largest overseas mission for that institution, with an assistance portfolio of more than $5 billion. John P. Groarke has recently been appointed as the Mission Director for USAID Pakistan. BR Research met with him to discuss the key objectives for his tenure as Mission Director and the impact that the organisation hopes to achieve.
In 1987 a group of young doctors decided to come back to their homeland and build a hospital. Today that hospital is known as Shifa International Hospital, which has not only become one of the significant players in providing quality healthcare to the people of Pakistan but it is the only stock market listed hospital in Pakistan.
Initiated in Pakistan in 1964, Shezan International Limited (KSE: SHEZ) was at the start a joint venture between Shahnawaz Group and the Alliance Development Corporation of USA. Involved in the manufacturing, and selling of juices, pickles, jams and ketchup, the firm has been relentlessly expanding both into local and in international markets ever since.
Gender equality is a smart business proposition; studies have shown that improving the standing of women is critical to sustainable development and economic boost. The evolution from sitting in the four walls of a house to being part of almost every field of life in Pakistan is not complete yet, but the efforts in the last decade or so have been prolific.
Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited (KSE: PSMC) is the largest player in Pakistan's automobile industry. The company, incorporated in 1983 following a joint venture between Pakistan Automobile Corporation (PACO) and Suzuki Motor Corporation (SMC) Japan, accounts for more than half of the cars and light commercial vehicles produced and sold in the country today.


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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $62.649bn
Per Cap Income $1,512
GDP Growth 4.24%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-1.988 bln
Exports $1.835 bln
Imports $3.823 bln
WeeklyOctober 05, 2015
Reserves $18.349 bln