ISLAMABAD: Despite the lawlessness, bad governance in previous government and energy crises, foreign companies have invested almost one billion dollar during previous fiscal year in Pakistan.
The amount of foreign investment is almost 40% more than the previous fiscal year (2011-12) investment which was 660 million dollars.
TheNewsTribe’s correspondent from Pakistan’s largest city Karachi has reported that foreign companies also have collected the same amount as profit during July 2012 to May 2013.
Meanwhile Karachi Stock Exchange, the largest shares business forum in the country also shows healthy indicators as KSE 100 index reached to highest mark in last four years.
Foreigner investors have also shown their interest in Karachi Stock Exchange where they have bought 4 billion dollar shares during last week which is the highest amount in last four years.
International monitory bodies have also expressed good expectation towards Pakistan’s economy.
Economic experts in Pakistan believe that the country’s economy growth will be 301% in current physical year and 3.7% will be in 2013-14.