That’s why I postulated that if an entrepreneur did it, they would make lots of money. If Suzuki doesn’t want to sell that’s fine too. Pakistan just needs one car company, with preferably the most cost and technology efficient/modern (such as gas-electric hybrids) to just sell their technology with the rights to independently and full make it and resell it globally.neither our saiths, nor our govts and babus have enough vision or mental capacity to make this happen.
Pakistan’s large market will allow the company Survive and the globally market will allow it to earn export revenue
Similar to how Cuba gets by. Also, if a company legally exports just engines and transmissions it could be the most profitable part of a car and have many buyers.
The African market also has cars that just need key part replacements.
Btw, I think many parts for Pakistan’s cars come from Thailand, so we should be looking upstream and studying their problems.
The Chinese are also advancing in EV a they themselves are a large market, so they are probably using their large market to support many car companies, and be able to put out many potential products that could be attractive in different parts of the global market.What happened is whats been happening all along, Americans were great once had Detroit, then came cheaper germans, then came cheaper Japanese, then Koreans, today China, anybody’s guess who comes next.
Manufacturing will move to lowest cost continuously, be it cars or washing machines.