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Welcome to Pakistan

Pakistan has a rich and ancient past.The culture of Pakistan presents a beautiful blend of old and new mystic and modern the variety of Pakistan's scenic beauty , its Muslim and British legacies, the diversity of the terrain, the variety of the flora and fauna , the wide range of temperatures, the different types of climate, and above all, the very friendly and hospitable Pakistanis ,all combine to make the country interesting and attractive to any foreign visitor .



The landscape of Pakistan ranges from lofty mountains of Himalayas to the Karakoram in the north northern higher hightlands of KPK and the Gilgit -Baltistan , through dissected plateaus to the rich alluvial plains of Punjab. In the south, Pakistan has been blessed with prevalent lands of Balochistan and Sindh, blending into miles of golden beaches of the coastal , covering affluent reserves and minerals assuring economic permanence of the country for centuries to come .

Located in strategic and geopolitical corridor of the world's major maritime oil supply lines, communication fiber optics, Pakistan has proximity to the natural resources of Central Asian countries .

Pakistan is an active member of the Commonwealth of Nation, the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC), the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) and thr G20 developing nations

Economy Of the Pakistan

The World Bank predicts that by 2018, Pakistan's economic growth will increase to a "robust" 5.4% due to a greater inflow of foreign investment, namely from the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. Reforms in the privatization programme and better relations with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have strengthened Pakistan's economy. The country's improving macroeconomic position has led to Moody's upgrading Pakistan's debt outlook to "stable".



Meanwhile, foreign investors are looking at the rewarding looking at the rewarding outlook in Pakistan after Chinese Investment of $62 billion under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project .

With the liberalization of the economy and the structural reforms initiated by the government, there has been a growing emphasis on the development of the engineering, electrical and nonelectrical machinery, automobile, chemical and processed food industries. A comprehensive programme to revitalize the economy, assigning high priority to harnessing the potential of the small and medium-sized industries, stimulating industrial growth, encouraging Power and Energy sector development and arranging the growth of the software and information technology industry.

The Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

GDP in Pakistan expanded 5.3 percent in 2017 from the previous year. Pakistan has a growing semi-industrialized economy that relies on manufacturing, agriculture, and remittances.

In South Asia, the economic performance of Pakistan is improving quantitatively and qualitatively both as GDP has been growing an average 5 percent a year which is broad-based and touched all sectors of the economy. There have been significant improvements in curbing inflation and expanding investments in healthcare, education, and electricity production.

In 2017, Pakistan's GDP in terms of purchasing power parity crossed $1 trillion.