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Research & Initiatives

Research & Initiatives

Country Profiles

Country Series: Republic of Tajikistan

To introduce Pakistani traders and industrialists to non-traditional markets, the Pakistan Business Council (PBC) has initiated a series of five Country Profiles aimed at introducing opportunities in the Central Asian Republics.

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Country Series: Turkmenistan

As part of its initiative to introduce Pakistani traders and industrialists to non-traditional markets, the Pakistan Business Council (PBC) has initiated a series of five Country Profiles highlighting the opportunities in the Central Asian Republics.

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Country Series: Republic of Colombia

Colombia is the fourth largest country in South America, and the 26th largest country in the world. In terms of GDP, in 2015, Colombia ranked fourth in Latin America and 39th in the world.

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Country Series: United Mexican States (MEXICO)

United Mexican States (Mexico) is located in Central America and shares a long land border with the USA. It is the world’s 14th largest country geographically and the 15th largest economically.

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Country Series: The Federative Republic of Brazil

The Federative Republic of Brazil (Brazil) is the World’s seventh largest economy, the largest in Latin America and the second largest in the Southern Hemisphere. Brazil is the first business partner of Pakistan among the South American countries,

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Country Series: Argentine Republic

Argentine Republic is located in South America and is the eighth largest country in the world. It is a high-income country with vast natural and mineral resources. Trade with Pakistan has been increasing in the last three years with Argentina’s exports to Pakistan amounting to $ 397.8 million

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Country Series: The Republic of Chile

This Country Profile on Chile presents a snapshot of the Chilean economy, focusing on trade and foreign direct investment, and...

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Country Series: The Republic Of Ghana

The Africa Country Series is part of the efforts of the Pakistan Business Council (PBC) to bring into focus countries in Africa which have traditionally not been major trading partners for Pakistan. Prior to this Country Profile, the PBC has published country profiles on Ethiopia, Nigeria, South Africa, Angola and Mozambique.

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Country Series: The Russian Federation

The Pakistan Business Council, as part of its ongoing research initiatives, aims to conduct a series of studies on key economies which indicate opportunities for investment.

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The Africa Country Series: Republic of Angola

Angola’s GDP and population are much smaller than Pakistan’s, however its per capita income is more than 4 times Pakistan’s.

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The Africa Country Series: Republic of Mozambique

The 2015 Investment Climate Statement-Mozambique by the US Department of State stated that the IMF predicts that Mozambique will be...

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Country Series: The Islamic Republic of Iran

The last decade saw an increase on the sanctions imposed on Iran by world powers in an attempt to curb its nuclear ambitions. As of 16th January 2016, The United States of America, the European Union and the United Nations announced

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The Africa Country Series: Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia

Pakistan’s exports appear to have hit a ceiling at US$24 – 25 Billion a year. Conventional wisdom suggests that given Pakistan’s size and resource endowment, this should ideally be around the US$50 – 60 Billion a year.

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The Africa Country Series: Federal Republic of Nigeria

The Federal Republic of Nigeria (Nigeria) is Africa’s largest country; in terms of population and the size of its economy. Situated in West Africa it has an area of nearly 924,000 square kilometers, a population of close to 180.0 million and a GDP estimated at US$574.0 billion in 2014.

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The Africa Country Series: Republic of South Africa

This short profile of The Republic of South Africa (South Africa) is the 2nd in a series produced by The Pakistan Business Council (PBC).

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