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Drug companies cheating countries out of billions in tax revenues 

The world’s biggest pharmaceutical companies appear to be dodging an estimated $3.8 billion in tax per year across 16 countries, reveals a new report from Oxfam today. The report, ‘Prescription for Poverty,’ analyzes the financial disclosures from Pfizer, Merck, Johnson & Johnson and Abbott, between 2013 and 2015. In the …

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British government is ready to join hand with Pakistan to solve the problem of education

Vocational and technical training is very important and we are in the process of setting up skill universities: Shafqat Mehmood LAHORE: Shafqat Mehmood expressed his views regarding educational issues of Pakistan during his meeting with a British delegation managed by British High Commissioner to Pakistan Thomas Drew who called on him …

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Government Fully Committed to Supporting Higher Education: Shafqat Mahmood

Islamabad, August 30 (Staff Report): The Government is committed to supporting the higher education sector so that the Pakistani youth can succeed in the job market and play their role in the country’s socio-economic uplift, and become valued members of the society. This was stated by Mr. Shafqat Mahmood, Minister …

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Prime minister house will be transformed into State Of The Art University: Prime Minister Imran Khan

  ISLAMABAD: (August 20, 2018): Prime minister of Pakistan Imran Khan in his inaugural speech, on Sunday, announced the future agenda of his government. In his words, he not only pledged to adopt austerity but also vowed to reforms in education sector. PM citing austerity, decided to convert PM house …

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Economic Survey: Educational statics of Pakistan 2017-18

Technical & Vocational Institutes are projected to increase by 3.9 % i.e. from 344 thousand to 358 thousand during 2017-18 in Pakistan LAHORE– The overall education condition is based on key performance indicators such as enrollment rates, number of institutes and teachers which have experienced minor improvement. The federal government …

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