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Poultry prices increase in twin cities ISLAMABAD: The prices of poultry products have increased in the twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad and the price of live chicken in the retail market has reached Rs 150 per kg and that of eggs reached Rs 115 per dozen.Talking to APP, Chairman of Pakistan Poultry Association (PPA), Dr Hassan Sarosh said that the recent hike in poultry products prices was temporary and it would come down as soon as the weather gets warm and demand and supply situation becomes alanced.He said the poultry industry suffered a lot during last oneand half year due to over-production and the farmers were facing a loss of Rs 20 to Rs 30 per kg as the cost of production was Rs 120 and the retail price of the chicken was about Rs 90 to Rs 95 per kg."Due to this reason, most of the farmers closed down their poultry farms resulting in ...

All set to capture market through opening LPG auto refuelling stations ISLAMABAD: Appreciating the current situation as best opportunity to capture market share, the LPG business forces have geared up to open LPG auto refuelling stations countrywide, with opening of first 15 outlets of the series in three months."It is high time to clinch market when the government finds it hard to provide CNG to the stations to open LPG outlets and the same has been line of thinking among the LPG market elements and the ...
ISE-10 index stays bullish ISLAMABAD: Islamabad Stock Exchange (ISE) witnessed bullish trend here on Monday as the ISE-10 index was up by 87.17 points to close at 4,724.39 points.A total of 244,500 shares were traded, which showed negative growth of 22,500 shares when compared with previous day's trading of 276,000 shares.Out of 155 companies, share prices of 83 companies recorded increase while those of 72 companies decreased and no company remained stable in today's trading.The share price of Sanofi ...
53 shopkeepers fined for over-charging, three jailed KARACHI: The Divisional and district authorities continued crack down against profiteering in the city on Friday during which 53 shopkeepers were challaned realising total amount of Rs48500 as fine from them a press release issued here on Saturday said.Three shopkeepers were sent to jail for continuous violation of approved price list, it added.Commissioner Karachi Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui in a statement said that the government would not allow the profiteers to fleece citizens by overcharging. The ...
Govt pursuing policy for stabilizing prices: minister LAHORE: Punjab Food Minister and Chairman Cabinet Price Control Committee Bilal Yasin has said the provincial government is pursuing a comprehensive policy for stabilizing prices of essential items to check hoarding.Addressing a meeting of price control committee at Town Hall on Saturday, the minister said the government had set up 44 Sahulat bazaars and quality essential items were being provided to people through these bazaars.He directed that either concerned tehsil municipal officer should remain present ...


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