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  • 1. Doing Business In Indo-Pak
    By:
    Pandey Pratyush
    Abbasi dawood
  • 2. About Indo- Pak
    Population: 170.6 million (6th)
    Capital: Islamabad
    Currency: Rupees ( 1$= 85.65 PRs)
    PPP: $451.9 Billion (26th)
    Languages: Urdu, English
    Demographic:
    97% (Muslims), 1.6%(Hindu)
    1.6% (Christians),
    0.001% (Sikhs & Jews)
    Literacy Rate: 46.6%
    Geographic: 36th largest nation by total area.  It has a 1,046-kilometre (650 miles) coastline.
    Date of Independence:
    14th August 1947
    Population:1.2 Billion (2nd)
    Capital: New Delhi
    Currency: Rupees ( 1$=44.35 IRs)
    PPP: $3.526 Trillion (4th)
    Languages: Hindi, English
    Demographic:
    80.5% (Hindu), 13.4% (Muslims),
    2.3% (Christians), 1.9% ( Sikhs),
    0.8 ( Buddhists), 0.4 ( Jews)
    Literacy Rate: 64.8%
    Geographic: 7th largest country by area. India has a coastline of 7,517 kilometres(4,700 miles).
    Date of Independence:
    15th August 1947
  • 3. Culture of Indo-Pak
    Indo-Pak Culture is marked by a high degree of syncretism and cultural pluralism.
    Know for its kaleidoscope integrity.
    National sports of both the nations is hockey.
    Danceis considered as a media of expressing one's pleasure and thoughts.
    Similar rich &spicyfood habits.
    Prefers joint family systems
    Respect-Pakistanis and Indian shows a lot of respect to those who are more experienced and older.
    Indirect communication- Pakistanis and Indians are rather diplomatic and use indirect communication with a lot of similes.
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  • 6. Doing business in India
    • Common law is the main basis for doing business in India, taking into account The Indian Constitution.
    • 7. One needs to understand that one is dealing with people from a different cultural background, that think and interact differently.
    • 8. Aggressiveness can often be interpreted as a sign of disrespect.
    • 9. One needs to take the time to get to know them as individuals in order to develop Professional Trust.
    • 10. Criticismabout an individual's ideas or work needs to be done constructively, without damaging that person’s self-esteem. 
    • 11. Women are treated with respect in the work place. Foreign women working here  needs to plan their wardrobe carefully, keeping in mind the conservative dress codes in India.
    • 12. .
  • Doing business in Pakistan
    Ranks 69th out of 183 countries in ease of doing business
    Working Practises in Pakistan:
    • Apointment to be taken 3 weeks before meeitng
    • 13. Expects you to be on time but they can make you wait too
    • 14. Hard working & expect to be rewarded for it
    • 15. Business Structure of Pakistani Companies:
    • 16. Senior person in company makes final decision
    • 17. Pakistanis prefer to do business with people they know and trust. They often hire their family members in their business
    • 18. Don’t like to work in teams
  • Working relationship in Pakistan
    People are polite so negative emotions are not seen in public
    • Personal problems at work are dealt in private and prefer to keep it to themselves
    • 19. Believes telephone too impersonal for business communication
    • 20. Person’s title and surname should be used
    • DO establish close contact with Pakistani or Indian business partner.
    • 21. DO ensure,if you are women, have to cover bare arms and ankles to avoid offence
    • 22. DO give and receive gift using both hands
    DON’T be surprized being asked personal questions
    DON’T shake hands with a Pakistani or Indian women if you are man
    DON’T be surprized if you have to take your shoes off while entering a Pakistani or Indian home.