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Production of cement to be doubled in 4 years (Daily Times)ISLAMABAD: Countrywide cement production in next four years would exceed 30 million tonnes annually. All Pakistan Cement Manufacturers Association (APCMA) vice chairman Babar Bashir told APP on Saturday currently 18 million tonnes of cement was being produced annually.
SBP instructions to banks, FDIs (Daily Times)KARACHI: The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) has asked the banks and DFIs to ensure the government accounts were not opened in personal names of the officials.
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Sales mentoring company opens in St. Pete (BizJournals)A company that specializes in training home business owners has set up shop in St. Petersburg.
Coulee Computer moving out (West Salem Coulee News)Downtown West Salem is losing a business this week. Coulee Computer will be moving out of its Leonard Street store to focus on computer repairs. ?The repair business is booming,? said Coulee Computer owner Toni Kresen. ?That?s basically what I?ll be doing. I?ll be doing more home business.
At-home business offers projects for all ages (Ludington Daily News)The creative interests of kids young and old might be piqued by projects being offered by a Ludington woman. Cindy Walters of Ludington is a new independent consultant for Big Yellow Box by Crayola, a national in-home selling from Binney and Smith, the maker of Crayola products.
HOROSCOPE (San Francisco Chronicle)ARIES (March 20-April 18): If you didn't form a significant partnership when Jupiter was tossing his thunderbolts in your one-on-one sector, his shift into your hormone house will do it. Here's a warning: The next 12 months also involve shared resources....
Post-quake scenario: (Daily Times)KARACHI: Federation of Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) will set up 600 tents city at Muzaffarabad for earthquake affectees.
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