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Female Online Buying Trends In Pakistan

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Various recent studies have confirmed the fact that Pakistan’s ecommerce industry is growing fast and has the potential of expanding multi folds in the near future. In Pakistan, there are 30 million internet users (Jabri, 2016). Among them online purchases have accounted for $30 million and are expected to grow (Jabri, 2016). But most of these purchases are recorded to be done far more than males relative to the female population. According to the Kaymu Ecommerce Report on 2015, 70…Read More

Factors to consider before buying a Solar PV system

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article image By Samir AhmadOWING TO the unprecedented level of power shortage being faced throughout the major cities and villages of Pakistan, a substantial demand of quick and reliable power solutions for household and industrial application has been observed. People have now started understanding that quick fixes in the form of UPS (Uninterrupted power supplies) and petrol/diesel generators are not a long term and sustainable solution to the impending power crisis, which is here to stay.In scenarios such…Read More

Dekho.com.pk-innovation of selling, buying

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By Aqsa TariqTHE LAST few years have witnessed a remarkable growth in the internet usage making it the most powerful platform that has transformed the way we communicate or do businesses. Of all sources of mass media, the internet continues to be the most democratic of all, interconnecting individual networks controlled by government, business sector and private parties.Promoting local businesses and helping them reach out to a very large market is dekho.com.pk, an initiative that started in…Read More

Financial crunch dents cotton buying

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article image STAFF REPORT IBD: Most of the mills and spinners partially remained away from the cotton market due to financial turmoil mainly because of the change in official spot rate, dealers said.Prices of seed-cotton (phutti) in Sindh were at Rs 1800-2300 and, in Punjab Rs 2200-2650, they said. In ready dealings, approximately 7000 bales of cotton changed hands at Rs 4100-5800, they said.They said that both buyers and sellers were in the mood to do business, but lack of finances made a big hurdle.The…Read More