ISLAMABAD: The automotive industry has laid off thousands of workers in recent months due to a decline in the sale of vehicles and spare parts triggered by the government’s ban on the import of raw materials, massive depreciation of the rupee and soaring inflation, The News reported citing an Arab News report. Pakistan is facing its most daunting economic...
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May 23, 2023May 23, 2023by News DeskIn AutomobilesBusinessPakistanTechnology