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Old September 27th, 2019, 07:02 PM   #5021
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Pakistan was listed among the World Bank's list of 'Top-20 improvers in Doing Business 2020', it emerged on Friday.

According to the World Bank, Pakistan has improved in six areas measured by 'Doing Business', which are: starting a business, dealing with construction permits, getting electricity, registering property, paying taxes and trading across borders.

The World Bank's Doing Business project "provides objective measures of business regulations and their enforcement across 190 economies and selected cities at the subnational and regional level".

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Definitely good news now we need to build on it.
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ISLAMABAD: Egyptian businessmen on Thursday expressed confidence in the vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan and his business-friendly policies, saying that the Egyptian companies were keen to invest heavily in Pakistan.

A delegation of leading Egyptian businessmen had called on Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad.

The business community of Egypt fully recognises the vision and leadership qualities of PM Imran Khan and wants to contribute in translating his vision of Naya Pakistan into reality,” they maintained.

The delegation, which was highly appreciative of the prime minister’s speech during the 74th session of UN General Assembly, said the way Imran Khan raised his voice with argument for the protection of the rights of Muslims was laudable.

El Sewedy Electric, a renowned Egyptian company, on the occasion expressed its intention of investing $500 million in Pakistan’s energy sector. The delegation members stated that the Egyptian companies were keen to invest up to $1 billion in Pakistan over the next one year in the energy sector as well as the prime minister’s five million housing project.

Prime Minister Imran Khan, while welcoming the interest shown by Egyptian companies to invest $1 billion in Pakistan, said that the government would fully facilitate Egyptian investors and entrepreneurs so that they could carry out profitable trade activities in the country.

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Old October 6th, 2019, 07:56 PM   #5024
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ISLAMABAD - The PTI-led government has plans to privatise 20 public sector entities in the first phase of its privatisation programme.

The privatisation of loss-making Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has not been included in the first phase but Pakistan Steel Mills and two LNG based power plants are included.

An official of the Privatization Commission informed that government would restructure the PIA before including it in the active list of the privatization.

The government is expecting to complete the privatization of two LNG power plants in next few months.

The privatization of two LNG power plants including 1223 MW Balloki Power Plant, 1230 MW Haveli Bahadur Power Plant, SME Bank Limited would earn Rs300 billion for the government during current fiscal year.

The government had targeted to generate Rs800 billion from non-taxpayers during this fiscal year.

Finance ministry had projected Rs300 billion from privatization of two RLNG power plants, Rs 200 billion from cellular companies and Rs 300 billion as State Bank of Pakistan profit while non-tax revenue projected from other accounts would be in addition to this.

The official further informed that government is also expecting to complete the privatization of some other PSEs including SME Bank Limited, First Women Bank Limited, Services International Hotel, Lahore and Jinnah Convention Centre during current fiscal year.

“The amount generated from privatization would exceed from Rs300 billion if the government completes the privatization of SME Bank Limited, First Women Bank Limited, Services International Hotel, Lahore, Jinnah Convention Centre,” the official added.

The government had included 20 PSEs for privatization in the first phase. The PSEs included 1223 MW Balloki Power Plant, 1230 MW Haveli Bahadur Power Plant, SME Bank Limited, First Women Bank Limited, Services International Hotel, Lahore, Jinnah Convention Centre, Islamabad, Mari Petroleum Limited (divestment of remaining shares), Pakistan Steel Mills, Pakistan Engineering Company (PECO), Heavy Electrical Complex (HEC), Sindh Engineering Limited (SEL), House Building Finance Corporation (HBFC), Pakistan Re-Insurance Co. Ltd. (PakRe), Oil and Gas development Company Limited (OGDCL), Pakistan Petroleum Limited (PPL), Guddu Power Plant (747 MW) - Central Power Generation Company Ltd – CPGCL (GENCO – II), Nandipur Power Plant (425 MW) – Northern Power Generation Company Ltd – NPGCL (GENCO – III),State Life Insurance Corporation (SLIC), Islamabad Electric Supply Company (Iesco) and Lahore Electric Supply Company (Lesco).

It is worth mentioning here that the previous PML-N government had also privatised some PSEs, but only those which were profitable and on which it faced no pressure from political parties and labour unions. The last government had also completed the privatisation of 5 PSEs, out of 26 transactions initiated, thereby generating $1.124 billion. It had privatised United Bank Limited, Pakistan Petroleum Limited, Allied Bank Limited, Habib Bank Limited and National Power Construction Company

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Old October 9th, 2019, 06:07 PM   #5025
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ISLAMABAD: Australia has refused to offer preferential market access to Pakistan on the grounds that the country has a very limited basket of tradable goods and services.

The formal demand for initiation of negotiations on a free trade agreement (FTA) covering goods, services and investment between the two countries was made in a meeting with top Australian officials in Islamabad on Tuesday.

Data show that Pakistan has higher bilateral trade in services with Australia than in goods with services imports worth $662 million in 2016-17, while exports for the same at $137m.

The bilateral trade in goods, though less in volume, is again highly in favour of Australia as its exports to Pakistan stood at $304.6m in 2018-19 while imports were valued at $206.5m.

A source privy to the meeting told Dawn that the Australian delegation flatly refused to start negotiations on a possible FTA between the two countries. He said they were of the opinion that there doesn’t seem to be any potential for a trade agreement.

Currently, Australia has FTAs with New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, USA, Chile, the Association of South East Asian Nations (Asean), Malaysia, Korea, Japan and China.

These pacts give an edge to Pakistan’s competitors — Vietnam, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Indonesia — who are covered under ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement (AANZFTA). The countries covered by this FTA accounts for 67pc of Australia’s total trade.

Moreover, Australia is also negotiating an FTA with India, Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement, Pacific Alliance Free Trade Agreement includes Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru, Gulf Cooperation Council, Indonesia-Australia Compre*hensive Economic Partn*ership Agreement, Australia-Hong Kong Free Trade Agreement and Peru-Australia Free Trade Agreement.

The source said that Pakistan also demanded concessions in tariffs on the pattern offered to Bangladesh but the same was linked with the amendment in the Australian legislation.

Pakistan has also demanded market access for export of fruits to Australia. Currently, kinno, guava, fish, prawns shrimps, meat, chicken are not importable from the country. “We have requested for market access of these products,” the source said, but their import is linked with highly stringent conditions.

Currently, the country can only export mangoes and surgical instruments after fulfilling the conditions. “We have demanded greater market access for mangoes and dates,” the source added.

Meanwhile, the Australian side demanded market access for grains and pulses. Pakistan’s imports of goods from Australia include dried leguminous vegetables, fertilisers, petroleum gas, ferrous waste and scrap, uncoated craft paper and paperboard, unwrought lead, while exports are home textiles, petroleum oils (crude), rice, miscellaneous manufactured articles, men’s garments, leather apparel etc.

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Nestlé inaugurates $22m fruit juice plant in Pakistan

LAHORE: Governor Punjab Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar on Tuesday inaugurated a state-of-the-art manufacturing plant at Nestle’s Sheikhupura factory.

The investment at Nestle’s Fruit Vitals plant is $22 million and the production capacity is 24,000 units per hour.

Sarwar said the government aims to create conditions in which foreign companies are attracted towards making new investments. At present, the government is making concerted efforts to revive the nation’s economy, he added.

Samer Chedid, CEO, Nestlé Pakistan said company’s recent investment is a testament to our continuous trust in Pakistan and its growth potential. Due to government’s effort, Pakistan has been listed by the World Bank as among the ‘Top-20 Improvers in Ease of Doing Business 2020’.
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thats good but its not really pure juice....its sugar water with little amount of concentrate
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Old October 14th, 2019, 06:33 PM   #5028
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Why should anyone invest in Pakistan?
By BR Research on October 14, 2019
In his recent visit to China, PM Imran Khan pitched five reasons why the Chinese or investors from any other country should invest in Pakistan. Before those reasons start becoming viral, among those blinded by optimism, a reality check is warranted.

Khan's first bullet point was strategic location. If history is any guide, that strategic location has given this country more headaches than benefits. In Khan's own words, first the American's trained jihadis in Pakistan, used the country in their Cold War and when that project was over, they left Pakistan without any support while the country kept on being abused by the aftermath of that war including terrorism, drugs and Kalashnikov culture. Later, again his own words, Pakistan participated in another American war, this time against the jihadis whose seniors were trained by the CIA in the 80s, and in came another backlash.

Meanwhile, the RCD highway crossing Iran, Turkey and to Europe never really borne the desired fruits. The story on the eastern front on the other hand is too familiar as well. If there weren't outright hostilities, the hangover of hostilities kept Pakistan and India from exploring bi-lateral trade and investment prospects.

Lately, PM Khan has been trying to bolster regional ties; mediating between Iran and Saudi Arabia on the one hand and possibly mediating between Afghan Taliban and the Uncle Sam on the other. Yet even with the full sway of optimism, the east-west corridor aspect of the ‘strategic location' pitch is quite far from seeing the light of the day, whereas the north-south corridor also depends on how fast China develops its Western region, and how fast does Pakistan pulls up its socks to fix the economy and governance.

Khan's second item on the pitch was a population of 220 million; a young and vibrant labour force, where 60 percent of the population is below the age of 30. This is an oft cited myth. Unless these huge swarms of people are given the necessary levels of education and skills aimed inter alia at increasing productivity, 220 million people are more of a strategic liability than an asset. Remember the world is moving towards automation, which means cheap labour isn't unique selling proposition for countries anymore, whereas pricing signals such as exchange rate, tax cuts, etc to boost growth and productivity can only do so much in the absence of skills and productivity. (For more on this read, the future of Make in Pakistan, July 17, 2019).

The PM's third pitch was economic revival through reforms, where he cited the setting up of CPEC Authority and that Pakistan has been number 8th reformer as per World Bank's ease of doing business rankings. As argued earlier, the setting up of CPEC Authority for quick and judicious completion of CPEC projects is a tactical acceptance that this government is unable to fix the cogs of governance; nor does it expect to do so in the near future.

The CPEC Authority also means that Pakistan will be offering efficient governance to Chinese investors under the CPEC, whereas all other investors would have to suffer at the hands of rusty cogs of governance. Granted that Chinese are special and ‘all-weather friends' but economic diplomacy must look at the broader picture and invite inflows from wherever the stream flows. Eggs in one basket, remember?

As for boasting about ease of doing business, it's best to hold comments until detailed ranking and score data are in. But while on the subject of reform, it is pertinent to highlight that civil service reforms, reforms in energy sector, legal and contract enforcement have been a damp squib so far.

Khan also highlighted Pakistan's potential in tourism and hospitality industry as one of the reasons to invest in Pakistan. That's cute. But the reality of Pakistan's hospitality professionals can be gauged by the fact that the Pakistan's has been unable to capture UAE's hospitality industry, despite being so ‘mahman-nawaz' as it is said in Urdu and despite having a historical legacy to export labour to the region. The fact of the matter is that if anyone wants to open a top of the line mid-tier hotel in this country, the company would be hard pressed to find competent individuals to run its various services.

The PM's last pitch was Pakistan's expansive gold, copper and mineral reserves. Indeed, that potential exists. But with the subject now resting with the provinces, who have weak governance capacity amid poor state of interprovincial coordination and coordination between the centre and provinces, that potential will likely remain untapped until such time concerted efforts are taken to fix the system. Pakistan neither has mining experts, nor legal experts, as the Reko Diq and other cases have shown, nor even project finance experts, nor even the finances at the moment to kick projects in that domain.

It's one thing to make a marketing pitch; it's another to be sold on that false marketing pitch yourself. Pakistan has had these ‘potential' for many decades, but it takes more than just promises and fancy presentations to convert that potential into reality; let's not fall into the talented nation trap.

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Old October 15th, 2019, 07:47 PM   #5029
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ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has welcomed $240 million worth of investment by Hong Kong-based port operator, Hutchison Port Holdings.

The matter came up for discussion in a meeting between a delegation of Hutchison Port Holdings, led by its Group Managing Director Eric Ip, and PM Imran on Tuesday.

The prime minister welcomed the investment from Hutchison Port Holdings and its commitment to support Pakistan’s economic prosperity. He reiterated the government’s commitment to focus on facilitating investment and ease of doing business, which would lead to economic growth and employment generation in the country.
Ambassador at Large for Foreign Investment Ali Jehangir Siddiqui, who was present in the meeting, stated that as a result of a fairly priced currency, Pakistan’s exports in terms of volumes were increasing and that necessitated the provision of additional container terminal capacity.

“This investment will support our export competitiveness and also result in greater revenue for both the federal exchequer and Karachi Port Trust,” he said.

Eric Ip apprised the prime minister of Hutchison Port Holdings’ fresh investment in Pakistan of approximately $240 million, which would make available a significant amount of new container terminal capacity at Karachi Port and raise Hutchison Ports’ total investment in Pakistan to $1 billion.

The investment would help take the number of Hutchison employees in the country to 3,000, he said.

The PM was also briefed on the development of Hutchison Port Holdings, its parent company CK Hutchison Holdings and the group’s commitment to play a pivotal role in facilitating economic growth in Pakistan as well as supporting the development of Karachi Port into a major hub for trade in Asia.

Hutchison Port Holdings is one of the world’s largest port companies with over 30,000 employees and operates 52 ports and terminals in 27 countries spanning Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, the Americas and Australia. The company is headquartered in Hong Kong.

The delegation of Hutchison Ports included Andy Tsoi, Managing Director Middle East and Africa, Eric Ng, Business Director Middle East and Africa and leadership of the company’s Pakistan management

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RAWALPINDI, (APP - UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 16th Oct, 2019 ) :Egypt Ambassador Yaqoob said Wednesday Egypt is keen to invest $1 billion in Pakistan over the next one year in different sectors mainly in energy, building, pharmaceutical, halal food and tourism.
He said this during his visit to the Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) here.

The Envoy said that both countries are enjoying good relations and there is need to further increase the bilateral exchange of delegation program and information.

He informed that Egypt will be declared Hepatitis free country by 2020 and urged Pakistan for joint ventures in Pharmaceutical and health sector. "Egypt can help Pakistan to get rid of Hepatitis C", he added.

Yaqoob lauded RCCI efforts in promoting trade ties between the two countries and also showed willingness to be part of RCCI Int'l Rawal Expo 2020 in March next year.

Ms Maria Kazi, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Commerce who was also a part of delegation, in her address said that special incentives would be provided to Pakistani companies through new strategic trade policy framework for participating in trade fairs in Africa, under Look Africa initiative.

She said Pakistan's exports to Africa were confined to few products including rice, pharmaceuticals, cement, textiles, surgical and sports goods and urged that private sector should focus on exporting more products to Africa.

Saboor Malik, while speaking on the occasion, said RCCI will organize business opportunities conference and African Day to involve business community to explore new markets for exports and promoting trade ties with African Countries.
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Old October 17th, 2019, 08:50 PM   #5031
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Pakistan was dependent on China for major source of Foreign Direct Investment since 2015
Despite going from CPEC Phase 1 to Phase 2 & less chinese inflow

• FDI in Sep 2019 was $385M, 26th MONTH HIGH
• FDI in July-Sep 2019(Q1) was $542M
• Total Investment was $886M, up by 137%

(Credit to @MusaNV18 on twitter).

I wonder if that Hong Kong company had anything to do with it. Really encouraging figures though.
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Old October 18th, 2019, 09:46 AM   #5032
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Good to see the investments are finally picking up again after the massive decrease in FY19. Here's a summary by SBP of the foreign investment in Pakistan from FY16 to first quarter of FY20

http://www.sbp.org.pk/ecodata/NetinflowSummary.pdf
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Former Finance Minister Hafiz Pasha, an economist, estimates that by the end of Mr. Khan’s second year, two million workers will have lost their jobs and up to eight million people will be pushed into poverty.

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Old October 19th, 2019, 12:10 PM   #5034
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Foreign investment jumps by 137% in first quarter of FY20: SBP data

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Total foreign investment into the country jumped by 137 per cent, or $512 million, in the first quarter of the financial year 2019-20, the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) reported on Thursday.

The total investment during the July-September 2019 period clocked in at $886 million as compared to $374m during the same period in 2018.

In a breakup of the total investment, the central bank posted a 51pc increase in foreign private investment during the period under review. The investment under this head increased to $564m during the three-month period in contrast with $374m during the same quarter last year.

Foreign direct investment (FDI), however, decreased by 3pc during the period under review to $542 million as compared to $559m during the same months last year.

On a month-on-month basis, total foreign investment rose to $622m during September 2019 as compared to $126m during the same month in 2018. The FDI also increased to $385m during September as opposed to $182m during September 2018.
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Former Finance Minister Hafiz Pasha, an economist, estimates that by the end of Mr. Khan’s second year, two million workers will have lost their jobs and up to eight million people will be pushed into poverty.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-mid...se-11571313603
While the world bank, which actually monitors Pakistan's economy and doesn't just go around parading statements, estimates that the unemployment will rise by 0.3% and poverty will be reduced, as it is in literally every single developing country of the world.
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Old October 24th, 2019, 01:34 PM   #5036
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Ease of business: Pakistan up 28 places on World Bank index

ISLAMABAD: In a development that will greatly improve Islamabad’s image abroad, Pakistan has jumped up 28 places on the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business Index and secured a place among the top 10 countries with the most improved business climate.

Pakistan carried out six reforms in the last one year that helped improving its ranking from 136 to 108, according to the World Bank’s annual flagship report, ‘Ease of Doing Business 2020’, released on Thursday.

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Following are Pakistan's ranking in Doing Business report over the years. Pakistan's ranking was quite good until the previous government took over:

2018: 147
2017: 144
2016: 148
2015: 128
2014: 110
2013: 107
2012: 96
2011: 83
2010: 75
2009: 77
2008: 74
2007: 74
2006: 66
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Old October 25th, 2019, 12:57 PM   #5039
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That's some achievement, hopefully it will attract foreign investment..
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Still have the FATF Grey-list to contend with unfortunately, and we won't likely leave that until October 2020 even if we completely turn things around right now. Until we're on this list, foreign investors would be really cautious before investing in Pakistan.
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