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ISLAMABAD -- The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has recommended to slash prices of petroleum products by at least Rs7.
Other domestic Haj operating companies have been striving to scale down the cost of Haj, but can only slash prices to a certain extent since factors, such as rising air fare and road transport costs, food supply contracts and rising labor charges, are beyond their control.
Bargain hunters are poised to bag some of the biggest-ever January discounts as rattled retailers slash prices.
As a result, they are expected to slash prices by up to 70 per cent this month and next to get shot of stock.
THE cost of fleeing wet and windy Britain to the sun could be cheaper than ever as some travel firms slash prices by up to 47%.
ONLINE fashion retailer ASOS warned the run-up to Christmas would be challenging in the UK as retailers slash prices.
DAIRY giant Robert Wiseman reported a drop in half-year profits and said margins were being hit after "intense" competition forced it to slash prices.
Miferta, whose title is a hybrid between the Spanish "mi" (meaning my) and "oferta " (offer or sale), is a bilingual Costa Rican site that offers 40-90% discounts on things such as hotel stays, meals at restaurants, photo albums, gym memberships and just about anything or any place that is willing to slash prices for a limited time to attract more customers.
There has been a slight upturn in corporate spending, but I can well understand why people are having to slash prices," he added.
ROTANA'S recent launch of meetings offers among its 13 participating hotels in Dubai and the Northern Emirates was made in an effort to offer extra value to customers during the current economic situation rather than to simply slash prices.
PUB chain JD Wetherspoon is to slash prices on some drinks and food, offering a pint of beer for less than pounds 1, down to 1989 prices.
Stores will slash prices in a last-ditch attempt to shift their masses of festive stock.