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There’s some good news and some bad news coming out of Karachi’s ACLC (Anti-car lifting cell) unit. Bad news is that car thieves of Karachi prefer or rather in the words of ACLC Chief, ‘If you own a white Suzuki Mehran, you have got exactly what Karachi’s vehicle snatchers are looking for.’ So the poor...
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Engine oils have a great impact on engine performance, fuel efficiency and engine life. Car owners in Pakistan usually do not consider this fact on every oil change. Car owners in Pakistan usually prefer certified and renowned oils regardless of their engine compatibility with oil. All certified and renowned engine oils are not suitable for...
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Chinese President’s tour of Pakistan may have been delayed for unknown reasons (presumably) however, interest of Chinese companies hasn’t subsided from investing in Pakistan.
Zotye Holding Group, who also builds copies of estabslished cars such as the Daihatsu Terious, under the name Zotye, is interested in establishing an export base in Pakistan to export its vehicles...
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This week California has delivered its first 29 licenses to three companies to test self-driving vehicles on public roads, state officials said Thursday.
Google Inc. received 25 permits to test Lexus SUV and Toyota while the other two other licenses were for Mercedes-Benz and Audi who will test their luxury vehicles.
Audi was the first to request...
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The privatization of PSO has been put on hold even though PSO’s name is present on the list of government owned companies which are supposed to be privatized but, even the CEO, Amjad Parvez Janjua doesn’t have any clue as to what is supposed to happen.
The company is facing growing marketing circular debts which are...
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