Cost of doing business in Pakistan

July 21, 2011 | By More

Pakistan is an agricultural based country employing more than 50 percent of the country’s labor force and constitutes more than 25 percent of the GDP while industrial sector is also performing better in the recent years. Economic review also indicates that government encourages foreign investment in various fields including energy, real estate, telecommunication, software, fertilizers textiles, steel, shipbuilding, cement and automotive.

Considering these facts, Engineering Development Board (EDB) has released a book on ‘Cost of Doing Business in Pakistan’ June 2011 edition that provides an overview of the investment conditions in Pakistan addressing vital parameters. Mainly it covers information about starting a business from the first step of incorporating a company to cost of human recourse, utilities and logistics, pricing of commodities and facilities beside information about chamber of commerce and industry, private-public sector banks and trade and industry associations in the country. This book will help in decision making for investment for potential investments. Click the following link to have complete details:-

cost of doing business.pdf

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