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Foreign investors rush into Pakistan, with inflows surging 200% in first half of the year

Discussion in 'Pakistan Economy' started by Areesh, Dec 4, 2019.

  1. Sidacca

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    Allhamdulillah good news are coming.... Even some friends in real estate here in Islamabad were telling me that people are coming back to market with full pockets
     
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    You are an economic novice. I am older than you. So shut up.
     
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    Hhahaha typical response of someone who got owned like no tomorrow and got their *** handed to them.


    Chal nikal apna rasta naap.
     
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    You are also a loud mouthed idiot. Grow up.
     
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    thanks to almight allah ,

    i have been a vocal critic of hafeez and R .baqar but signs on ground are very slowly getting better.
     
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    Enough for me to know there is only fitnah and fassad waiting for us in the future, when we are improving things through an increase in Ribah.
    Keep trying to fix things by waging a war against the Almighty. Keep being humiliated and shamed in the world.

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    I know you folk hate it, but I just like to remind...
     
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    what when after a year you have to pay 13% return on these bonds....?

    and i think this happened during Zardari rule as well when they increased the interest rates to 13% or 14% due to inflation but then what happens?

    until Pakistan exports grows nothing good can be expected and currently exports are still stagnant with no sign of increase and just big talks.
     
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    You are correct. But in the current era, you must be realistic. You live in the United Arab Emirates. When you are purchasing a good with fiat money that means you are participating in that system. The same applies to Arabs who export oil in dollars. How else can Pakistan attract investors into the country? Islamic finance won't resolve the issue and there are a number of reasons. Islamic institutions can't provide the liquidity needed for developing nations. This isn't hogwash as most Islamic Financial Institutions admit to this problem. Then there is an issue of regulation and a lack of consistency in product structures and investment practices to meet the needs of clients around the globe. Govt's and institutions aren't willing to rely on an investment vehicle if the standard of compliance is not properly defined. We have this problem because Islamic Finance, unfortunately, isn't mature enough even though its growth rate has been 20% each year in the banking sector. Unless the entire Muslim world brings in reform together to strengthen Islamic Financial Institutions then it would be foolish for Pakistan to act as a lone wolf when certain powers will come down hard.