What are the challenges?
Over the last ten to fifteen years, Pakistan has made a concerted effort to liberalise its international trade. Much has been done in recent years to improve the business climate in Pakistan.
Areas that you may need to watch out for include (but are not limited to) weak property rights, government intervention with the market in some key commodities, and poor legal enforcement. In addition, red tape is still excessive and corruption high. There is much room for improvement in physical infrastructure and reforms to regulatory regimes governing many sectors, thereby lifting further the impediments to domestic and foreign investment, but this is nothing that exporters won’t find elsewhere in other emerging economies.
Source - UKTI
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