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PBC board supports early privatisation

The Pakistan Business Council (PBC) on Tuesday strongly supported the early privatisation of State Owned Enterprises (SOE). A statement issued by the PBC said that most of the SOE were losing money

PBC observes strike against Rehman’s killing

The lawyer bodies throughout Pakistan are observing three-day mourning against the target killing of southern Punjab Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) coordinator Rashid Rehman Advocate and boycotted the courts on Friday.

Govt, PBC on same page for economic revival

The government and the Pakistan Business Council (PBC) are on the same page over the issue of economic revival through a comprehensive future roadmap featuring indigenous growth, energy security, boosting competitive exports,

Industry urges govt to enhance tax base, not tax

The Pakistan Business Council (PBC) and Overseas Investors’ Chamber of Commerce and Industry (OICCI), the country’s two premier business organisations, have asked the government to have pragmatic approach towards the tax culture

Technocratic govt unacceptable: PBC VC

Pakistan Bar Council Vice Chairman Qalb-e-Hassan on Thursday said lawyers wanted the general elections to be held on time. He said they would not tolerate any obstacle or effort to sabotage the

PBC concerned over assistance delay

Pak-US Business Council (PBC) has expressed its grave concern on adopting delaying tactics in timely release of assistance to Pakistan by US lawmakers without any plausible reasons. Council Founder Chairman Iftikhar Ali

PBC demands taxation overhaul

Pakistan Business Council (PBC) has said that government could generate an additional Rs300-400 billion in revenues within the present tax regime through better coverage and enforcement. “Taxation measures should focus on documentation

PBC hosts Pakistan Economic Forum

ISLAMABAD – The Pakistan Business Council (PBC), a group comprising of leading Pakistani companies, hosted the Pakistan Economic Forum (PEF) earlier in the week. The economic forum aimed to highlight and identify solutions of five key socio-economic areas – energy, regional trade, social protection, macroeconomic stability and education – said a press release issued here on Monday.
Panelists comprised of intellectuals, former senior civil servants, military officers, economists