Sunday July 22, 2018
Home Uncategorized Pakistan to p...

Pakistan to promote economic ties with US: Sartaj

0
//
43
Republish
Reprint

Islamabad: Pakistan and the US, during Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s visit to Washington, will discuss cooperation in defence field and the country would look forward to promote economic ties with the US.

The two sides will exchange views on a number of mutual issues, regional and global interests, Pakistan’s Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has said.

There will be no compromise on national interests during talks with the US, Radio Pakistan reported on Saturday.

To a question the Advisor said the situation in Afghanistan will also be discussed.

He said Pakistan is willing to facilitate holding of second round of peace talks between Afghanistan government and Taliban if the government so desired.

(IANS)

 

Click here for reuse options!
Copyright 2015 NewsGram

Next Story

Apple Music On Lead Over Its Rival Spotify In All Market: Report

Trial users were not part of the comparison, the report added.

0
Apple Music now has more than 45 million subscribers world-wide, with an additional 5-10 million free trial users.
Apple Music now has more than 45 million subscribers world-wide, with an additional 5-10 million free trial users. Pixabay

With more than 20 million paying users in the US, Apple Music has just taken the lead over its rival Spotify in an all-important market, the media reported.

Spotify still leads outside of the US, tallying 75 million subscribers as part of its first earnings report in May.

“The source, a US-based, major distributor, shared a report detailing the subscriber tallies of several streaming music services, including Apple Music, Spotify, Tidal, and Sirius XM. That report now ranks Apple Music as first in the US, at least among primarily on-demand music streaming services,” the Digital Music News recently reported.

Spotify Music still leads outside of the US, tallying 75 million subscribers as part of its first earnings report in May.
Spotify Music still leads outside of the US, tallying 75 million subscribers as part of its first earnings report in May. Pixabay

The data for 2018 also shows that Apple is experiencing a far stronger rate-of-growth in the US, suggesting a wider lead over the coming months.

Trial users were not part of the comparison, the report added.

Apple Music now has more than 45 million subscribers world-wide, with an additional 5-10 million free trial users.

Also read: 6.5-Inch Colorful iPhones To be Launched This Year By Apple

The iPhone maker’s free trials last about three months while Spotify says it has more than 70 million paying subscribers globally, with roughly 160 million overall users. (IANS)

Next Story