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    Pakistan’s IT Exports Cross $1.9 Billion In FY22

    The pandemic had affected many businesses and forced them to shut down. Remote work and e-learning have increased a lot of freelancing opportunities, which contributed to the increase in information and communication (ICT) exports. The increase was in software consultancy, call centers, and telecom services. The upward trend in IT exports is a good sign, as it will increase the foreign exchange.

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    The Era Of Startups – COLABS Raised $3 Million

    Though it is a co-working platform, it provides a variety of other services, which makes it much more than just a co-working platform. Since its establishment in 2019, COLABS has evolved from being a co-working platform to incorporate tools to take the business to the next level.

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    Reko Diq Project Resumed After The Settlement

    One of the largest copper and gold mines in the world is in Chaghi District, Balochistan. “It is part of the Tethyan Magmatic Arc, extending through central and southeast Europe (Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece) Turkey, Iran, and Pakistan through the Himalayan region into Myanmar, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea.” They are remnants of one of many eroded volcanic centers in the Chagai volcanic chain of mountains, which runs in an east-west line across Balochistan between the Quetta-Taftan Line railway and the border with Afghanistan.

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    The Best Fintech Startups In Pakistan

    The Fintech industries deal with technology related to finances. Since the term itself is quite broad, it will help to give you an example. Consider this. Every time you draw cash from an ATM, used an Easypaisa service to send money to your family, or transfer money through your HBL app, then you are also utilizing the services of the Fintech industry.

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    Pak-US to revitalize Trade (Open list) (0 submissions)

    A meeting under the Pakistan-United States Trade and Investment Framework Agreement (TIFA) was held in Islamabad. The Assistant United States Trade Representative (AUSTR) for South and Central Asia, Christopher Wilson visited on this eve. Federal Secretary of Commerce, Muhammad Sualeh Ahmad Faruqui thanked him for visiting. They agreed to ‘reinvigorate and revitalize trade and business relationships to enhance bilateral trade and investment.’

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