Candid View About the Positivity in the Pakistan Economy 1

Candid View About the Positivity in the Pakistan Economy

So here it’s miles, the Crumbling Economy, The Insolvent Country, The Land of Inefficiency.


Looking at the scale of the financial system of more than 20 million humans, around $300 billion in Gross Domestic Product (GDP) or overall output is way too nominal. Still, the dynamics of the Pakistani financial system must be considered before arriving at any conclusion.

Often appeared over, the principal part of the Pakistani financial system comprises the undocumented or casual phase. It has been a tradition to do dealings via spoken words / verbal promises, hence, rarely related to receipts. Receipts are best cared for by big companies/sellers to assist in auditing purposes. Thus, a huge part of the economic system remains informal and undocumented. Many specialists believe that the real amount of Pakistan’s GDP triples if one takes the undocumented economic system into attention, taking the figures to close to about a thousand billion greenbacks, the size of the pinnacle rising economies of Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore blended.


The U.S. saving sample is a whole lot different from that of any Western country. People favor maintaining a prime part of their profits at home for geared up against us. Banks are prevented with the aid of many because of the belief that the “interest” is illegitimate in Islam, the faith of the masses. Also, many women in their houses or safes hold a massive amount of gold to be bequeathed to their daughters in a wedding ceremony.

The tax-to-GDP ratio is lower because of the terrible tax series system and the unwillingness of people to pay taxes. Yet, the charity series remains incomparable. The lives of charity groups like the Edhi Foundation, Chippa Foundation, and Sylani Welfare Trust stay in awe for many, as it is clear that they sincerely require thousands and thousands and millions to perform every day. The continuous and ever-growing scale of operations of these types of trust is a larger food for the idea for many economists, as one no longer counts on such donations from human beings of a feeble economy.

If the Pakistani economic system is so traumatic, why don’t the multinationals, the scrutinizers and forecasters of the financial straits, don’t forget to shift their sources away from Pakistan? Or, extra importantly, why aren’t they getting losses? Unsurprisingly, little or no multinational company recalls leaving Pakistan when it started its operations inside. S. A… Take the Capital markets, the banking sector, the lodge chains, the automobile industry, and the FMCGs; multinationals are all over, taking large sums away as income each year.
And then they whine that Pakistan has an unstable financial machine!!

Ever noticed our budget distribution?

Around 60% of the budget is allocated to the Defense zone; the smaller half is utilized in each economic sector. Wouldn’t the development be inconceivable if we shifted our recognition and resources far from the defense sector?
Forget no longer the reality that advanced economies allocate as little as 1% in their price range to the defense region.


I am a writer, financial consultant, husband, father, and avid surfer. I am also a long-time entrepreneur, investor, and trader. For almost two decades, I have worked in the financial sector, and now I focus on making money through investing in stock trading.