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Pakistan is the fastest-growing Muslim economy across the globe today. The country’s economy is semi-industrialized, with centres of growth along the Indus River. Pakistan has been meeting and exceeding its targets in various business sectors in the past few decades; these sectors include construction, manufacturing, retail sales and agriculture. With a massive diaspora of highly qualified Pakistani executives and a large reserve of domestic talent, investing in Pakistan has entered a sustained and rewarding phase by attracting many investors.

The Pakistan government has believed in a liberal and in private sector-driven economy. Constant efforts are aimed at ensuring ideal business environment for the private sector as governments are not meant to do business. When private sector is adequately facilitated, business benefits reach to out to people. The government has also taken initiatives to bring improvements in every sector of the economy, including development of mega-hydropower projects, rail and road infrastructure, education and health.

Pakistan is home to a liberal policy on repatriation for foreign direct investors; therefore, investing in Pakistan will give a foreign direct investor many advantages. It should come as no surprise, therefore, that real estate agents universally recommend the nation as a competitive location for business set up and investment. Naturally, larger, more developed cities are seen to readily provide quicker profit from investment plans, however in recent times this concept has been altered by smaller cities like Pakistan whose rural locations have become profitable and thriving investment hubs. Cities and municipalities like Faisalabad, Gujranwala and Muree are seen as dynamic regions for longer-term strategies and investments.


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