Fifty five percent of our population is below the age of 19, which bodes well for long- term sustainable economic growth. Pakistan has a strong middle class. A large part of the workforce is proficient in English, hardworking and intelligent. Pakistan possesses a large pool of trained and experienced engineers, bankers, lawyers and other professionals with many having substantial international experience.The consumer market in Pakistan is growing at a very fast pace as reflected by tele-density which has now reached more than 150 million.
In the global financial crisis, Pakistan’s economy has shown resilience
to the shocks and has maintained global and regional patterns and has
performed better than some of the neighboring countries. International
Reports of repute have shown that Pakistan ranks ahead of regional
The Policy has been designed to provide a comprehensive framework for
creating a conducive business environment for the attraction of FDI.
Pakistan's policy trends have been consistent, with liberalization,
de-regulation, privatisation, and facilitation being its foremost
The Law of Special Economic Zones has been made to meet the global challenges of competitiveness to attract FDI. The law allowsto createindustrial cluster with liberal incentives, infrastructure, investor facilitation services to enhance productivity and reduce cost of doing business for economic development and poverty reduction. The Law further envisages to reduce processes through SEZ in Pakistan.