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heavon007
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investment risks in pakistan for potential investors
Pakistan is hot spot for investors but political instability and economic conditions of pakistan for last few years has push my country far behind from its potential position....at current after the president of pakistan Musharaf resigned the sudden rise in stock exchange may be temporary as possibly countries which felt musharaf's policies safe for their investors to invest in pakistan may pull their hands back which can cause pakistan few more economic issues but besides all these I think Pakistan's position will get better and there would be someone who can lead pakistan to the heights of success..
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aBis
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I agree sky is the limit for Pakistan but the investors need the stability to invest without the pressure of extortion from political and local agencies. Major foreign investors who see Pakistan as potential money market loose their enthusiasm when they are asked to bribe the government first. May Allah help us.
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is there any country safe for investments after this economic crises???
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amber ali
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no idea mate....
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arrahim100101
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THERE is no risk 4 investor beacuse
crises is part of economy,
In economic we call it as as phase of economic cycle.
British had face worse eco.condition in 1930 American were effected by this in 2002 up to now

DUE TO GLOBAL RECESSION ALL THE WORLD IS EFFECTED BY RECESSION .

SO It is impossible to say that any country is safe for investment 100%.


Now a days any crises in any part of world indirectly effect the world in any way.

INVEST IN PAKISTAN IS BENEFICIAL as compare to other countries.
LOW TAXES
LOW WAGES
MAX RESOURCES
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