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Egypt's Morsi to visit Pakistan on Monday: official

Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi will visit Pakistan this week on a one-day state visit, Pakistan's Foreign Ministry said Saturday. Morsi is due in the country Monday by invitation of President Asif Ali Zardari and will bring with him "a high-powered delegation", according to a ministry spokesman.

Pakistan car dealers expect election sales boost

Pakistan's motor dealers are expecting a huge surge in sales this month as political parties equip themselves for the upcoming election campaign. A caretaker setup is scheduled to take over in less than two weeks from President Asif Ali Zardari's government, which will become the first elected civilian administration in Pakistan to complete a full-term in office. The dissolution of parliament will mark the start of campaign season and S.M. Shahzad, chairman of the All-Pakistan Motor Dealers Association told AFP his members were looking forward to a boom in business.

Pakistan car dealers expect election sales boost

Pakistan's motor dealers are expecting a huge surge in sales this month as political parties equip themselves for the upcoming election campaign. A caretaker setup is scheduled to take over in less than two weeks from President Asif Ali Zardari's government, which will become the first elected civilian administration in Pakistan to complete a full-term in office. The dissolution of parliament will mark the start of campaign season and H.M. Shahzad, chairman of the All-Pakistan Motor Dealers Association, told AFP his members were looking forward to a boom in business.

Iran tells Zardari pipeline must advance despite US

Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Wednesday told the visiting Pakistani president that a much-delayed $7.5 billion gas pipeline project must go ahead despite US opposition. "The Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline is an important example of Tehran-Islamabad cooperation, and despite hostilities towards the expansion of ties we must overcome this opposition decisively," Khamenei told Asif Ali Zardari, his office reported. The gas pipeline project is strongly opposed by Tehran's archfoe Washington.
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