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Research & Initiatives

Research & Initiatives

Preliminary Analysis of Pak-China FTA Phase II

This Study titled “China Pakistan Free Trade Agreement Phase 2 – A Preliminary Analysis” has been commissioned by the Pakistan...

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Review of a Potential Pakistan – Australia Free Trade Agreement

This report titled Review of a Potential Pakistan – Australia Free Trade Agreement is part of the PBC’s Market Access...

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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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Potential for a Pakistan – Canada Free Trade Agreement

Recommendation: The Pakistan Business Council advises against the signing of a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with Canada. With a current...

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Potential for a Pakistan – U.S. Free Trade Agreement

Recommendation: The Pakistan Business Council (PBC) advises against the signing of a deep Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the U.S....

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The Impact on Bilateral Trade of Potential Pakistan - Japan Free Trade Agreement

The Pakistan Business Council (PBC) recommends that Pakistan seek preferential tariff access for its textile products or at least the...

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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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Pakistan’s intra-regional trade remains lowest

KARACHI: Pakistan is one of the lowest regionally-integrated countries in the world as the country’s trade with its regional partners...

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Pakistan’s Trade with its Regional Partners

The Islamic Republic of Pakistan (Pakistan) shares land borders with 4 countries; Afghanistan, China, India and Iran. Pakistan’s trade with...

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Trade with the European Union (28) – 2018

EU is one of the most important trading partners for Pakistan; accounting for 16% of Pakistan’s total trade in 2018....

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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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