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Research & Initiatives

Research & Initiatives

Initiatives for Manufacturing Sector

Unleashing the Potential of Pharmaceuticals in Pakistan

Pakistan’s Pharma sector has been identified in a number of studies as a Sunrise Export sector for the Country. The...

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Scaling-Up Bovine Meat Exports of Pakistan

The report explores the potential of the bovine meat sector for the export market. Pakistan’s bovine meat sector presents an...

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Enhancing the Competitiveness of Pakistan’s Footwear Industry

As part of the Make-in-Pakistan initiative, the PBC has initiated a series of sector studies to identify impediments to improve global competitiveness of those sectors in which Pakistan has international presence. This report is part of the PBC’s Make-in-Pakistan series.

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Enhancing the Competitiveness of Pakistan's Refrigerator Industry

To get a deeper insight into challenges faced by industry, the PBC has initiated a series of sectoral studies with...

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A Review To Evaluate The Plausibility of Pakistan’s Accession To Information Technology Agreement

The Information Technology Agreement (ITA) of the World Trade Organization (WTO) aims to eliminate custom duties and reduce non-tariff measures...

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Strengthening the Export Competitiveness of Pakistan’s Towels and Terry Made-ups Sector

Pakistan is deindustrializing prematurely. The premature deindustrialization of Pakistan is contributing to an increase in Pakistan’s trade deficit. With the...

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PBC's Contours of a National Charter for Exports-Digital

As part of its “Make-in-Pakistan” thrust, the Pakistan Business Council (PBC) has been advocating fundamental reforms to create jobs, promote...

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PBC’s Recommended Framework for SEZs V3

The Pakistan Business Council’s Recommendations for Special Economic Zones Based on a Global Comparison

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Financing Make in Pakistan

The “Make in Pakistan” thrust of the Pakistan Business Council (PBC) recognizes the role of capital in the revival and growth of industry. The objectives of Make in Pakistan are to create jobs, generate value‐ added exports and encourage import substitution. The desired result will be a balanced current account enabling Pakistan to regain its financial sovereignty.

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Progress Review on 'Make in Pakistan'

The Pakistan Business Council (PBC) has been advocating a “Make-in-Pakistan” thrust to promote employment, value-added exports and import substitution. The...

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Enhancing Competitiveness of Pakistan's Denim Sector

Pakistan is deindustrializing prematurely, and this has resulted among other things in the loss of competitiveness of the country’s export...

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