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Shell in £47bn swoop on BG Group
By Guy Chazan, Claer Barrett and David Oakley
10601_4_13_2015_1.gifRoyal Dutch Shell has swooped on its smaller rival, BG Group, striking the energy industry’s biggest deal in more than a decade to extend its dominance of the global natural gas industry.

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  FINANCIAL TIMES  
 
The battle for Britain’s most reckless tax pledge
By Chris Giles
10602_4_13_2015_1.gifBritain’s politicians are battling to win the award for 2015 party with the silliest and most dangerous tax commitments. ....
 
 

  FINANCIAL TIMES  
 
Facing more than a Greek tragedy
By Philip Stephens
10603_4_13_2015_1.gifThe pilgrimage of Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras to Moscow told a tale of two tragedies. ....
 
 

  FINANCIAL TIMES  
 
Ukraine sets its sights on national recovery
10604_4_13_2015_1.gifUkraine’s efforts to complete a debt restructuring deal with its creditors by June serve as a reminder that its authorities and citizens are fighting a war on two fronts. ....
 
 

  INSIGHT  
 
Be at odds
By Ihtasham ul Haque
10605_4_13_2015_1.gifThe growing Middle East crisis, this time emanating from Yemen’s internal conflict, will have far reaching political and economic implications for Pakistan as the two major players – ....
 
 

  COMMENTS  
 
No plan ‘B’
10606_4_13_2015_1.gifPakistan has succeeded in stabilising its economy, but steady implementation of reforms will be vital if the country hopes to find a place among the world’s fast-growing emerging markets, the IMF says.

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  TRADE  
 
Feeling blue
By Shahnawaz Akhter
10607_4_13_2015_1.gifPakistan is the major facilitator of trade to Afghanistan – a landlocked country – for the past several years. ....
 
 

  WORK FORCE  
 
Sitting idle
By Adeeba Mushtaq
10608_4_13_2015_1.gifTIn Pakistan, the proportion of working age population is increasing and offering a good opportunity to turn this demographic transition into a demographic dividend. ....
 
 

  EXPORTS  
 
‘Only free lunch’
By Shabir Ahmed
10609_4_13_2015_1.gifTrade fairs seem to be the only thing left in TDAP’s tool kit. A multi-purpose, broad spectrum, antibiotic designed to cure all our export travails. ....
 
 

  POLICY  
 
Trade for growth
By Hussain Ahmad Siddiqui
10610_4_13_2015_1.gifThe signing of Pak-Russia agreement on defence and military cooperation in November last year had given indications that it would provide fresh impetus to developing further the bi-lateral relations in trade, industrial and other areas on fast tracks. ....
 
 

  METROPOLIS  
 
Vertical quagmire
By Andaleeb Rizvi
10611_4_13_2015_1.gifIf one lives in Karachi, the probability of having attended a wedding at the Shershah Suri Road or famously dubbed ‘marriage-hall road’ in North Nazimabad is high. ....
 
 

  MANAGEMENT  
 
The control freak
By Sirajuddin Aziz
10612_4_13_2015_1.gifThere is a Congolese proverb, ‘wood may remain ten years in water, but it will never become a crocodile’. So is true of many human traits. ....
 
 


More Articles   
COMMENTS
- No plan ‘B’


EXPORTS
- ‘Only free lunch’


FINANCIAL TIMES
- Shell in £47bn swoop on BG Group
- The battle for Britain’s most reckless tax pledge
- Facing more than a Greek tragedy
- Ukraine sets its sights on national recovery


INSIGHT
- Be at odds


MANAGEMENT
- The control freak


METROPOLIS
- Vertical quagmire


POLICY
- Trade for growth


TRADE
- Feeling blue


WORK FORCE
- Sitting idle
 
 


 

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