Pakistan has descended into a world of mutual recrimination
Pakistan’s port city of Gwadar sits at the centre of CPEC
Pakistan exports around $4 billion worth of merchandise to its immediate neighbours
Even if the Pakistani middle class is 84 million strong how much purchasing power does it really have?
Pakistan is strategically located to become Asia’s premier trade, energy and transport corridor
Pakistan appears to have fallen into a debt trap
The crippling debt leads to financial insolvency and eventually results in compromising sovereignty
The KSE-100 index cross the landmark 50,000 threshold recently
Trade could help Pakistan advance on all three fronts, while driving job creation and poverty reduction
Pakistan’s stock exchange has been on the rise, showing unprecedented growth and investor confidence
PM Nawaz Sharif is looking to provide a Rs180 million incentive package aimed to augment exports in the country
Development comes on back of infrastructure spending, reforms and low commodity prices.
Pakistan’s total exports of creative & cultural goods have increased from $60 million in 2004 to $437 million in 2013
Metrics show that Pakistan is making steady progress towards improving its economic conditions
Pakistan also enjoys the GSP package along with 129 countries