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CM KP orders action against ‘crystal meth’ business in province

PESHAWAR: Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has directed the officials concerned to take stern action against elements involved in business of 'crystal meth' across the province, ARY News reported. This he said while chairing a meeting in Peshawar held here today. "Progress underway for introduction of Narcotics Control Act in the province," the CM KP was briefed during the meeting. The concerned officials informed the participants of the meeting, that the strict punishment has been proposed for drug-peddlers in the…

German industry views Brexit, Trump as biggest risks to economy

BERLIN: Germany’s leading industry groups said on Wednesday that Britain’s departure from the European Union and trade disputes triggered by US President Donald Trump’s ‘America First’ policies were posing the biggest risks to growth and prosperity. The German economy, Europe’s largest, is expected to post its weakest growth rate in many years in 2018 as exporters are facing headwinds from abroad. But vibrant domestic demand means many companies are still able to expand business. In a survey conducted by Reuters, the…

UK to prioritise high-skilled workers in post-Brexit immigration plans

LONDON: The British government set out the biggest overhaul of its immigration policy in decades on Wednesday, ending special treatment for European Union nationals while promising to give businesses time to adapt to its post-Brexit plans. In a long-awaited policy paper on how Britain intends to approach immigration after its exit from the EU, the government said the system would prioritise skilled workers and treat EU and non-EU citizens alike. Concern about the long-term social and economic impact of immigration…