Industry of Pakistan

Pakistan’s economic freedom score is 55.6, making its economy the 121st freest in the 2015 Index.

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Pakistan is one of the largest producers of natural commodities, and its labour market is the 10th largest in the world. The 7 million strong Pakistani diaspora, contributed US$11.2 billion to the economy in 2011-12. The major source countries of remittances to Pakistan includes in the UAE, United States, Saudi Arabia, Gulf states (Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, and Oman), Australia, Canada, Japan, Untied Kingdom, Norway, and Switzerland.

The economy is semi-industrialized, with centres of growth along the Indus River. The diversified economies of Karachi and Punjab's urban centres coexist with less developed areas in other parts of the country. Pakistan's estimated nominal GDP as of 2011 is US$202 billion. The GDP by PPP is US$838,164 million. The estimated nominal per capita GDP is US$1,197, GDP (PPP)/capita is US$4,602 (international dollars), and debt-to-GDP ratio is 55.5%.

According to the World Bank, Pakistan has important strategic endowments and development potential. The increasing proportion of Pakistan’s youth provides the country with a potential demographic dividend and a challenge to provide adequate services and employment.

Major groups and alliances of Pakistan

  • Al-Karam Group of Companies
  • Badar Group
  • Atlas Group
  • Attock Group of Companies
  • AKD Group
  • Bahria Town
  • Chenab Group
  • Cowasjee Group
  • Dewan Mushtaq Group
  • Fauji Foundation
  • Fecto Group of Industries
  • Dawood Group
  • Gul Ahmed Group
  • Habib Group
  • Hashoo Group
  • Izhar Group
  • Jahangir Siddiqui Group
  • Lakson Group
  • Muller & Phipps Pakistan
  • Ghani Group of Companies
  • Servis Industries Limited or Servis Group
  • Dawn Group of Newspapers
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Important Industries of Pakistan

  • Printing and Graphic Arts
  • Automobile assembler
  • Banks
  • Chemical
  • Engineering consultants
  • Fashion
  • Fertilizer
  • Food/Baking/personal care products
  • Hotels
  • Insurance
  • Investment banks and stockbrokers
  • News and media
  • Oil and gas exploration
  • Oil and gas marketing
  • Oil refineries
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Power generation and power distribution
  • Sugar and allied industries
  • Telecommunication and IT and technology
  • Textile
  • Transport
  • Steel
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