Future of Industries of
Pakistan
Presented By: Faisal A. Ghani
Farrukh Mustaqeem
Basic Industries in Pakistan
• Textile & Leather
• Sugar Refining
• Fertilizers
• Petroleum Products
• Cement
• Automotive...
A Brief History
• 1947 Embryonic Stage
• 1950s Textile and Small Scale
Manufacturing
• 1960s Golden Era
• 1970s Dhaka Fall...
Industrial Support Bodies
• Engineering Development Board
• Pakistan Industrial Development Corporation
• Small & Medium E...
The Recent Picture
Factors That Inhibit Industrial
Growth
• High Cost of Doing Business (Financial,
Managerial, Materials, Labor)
• Environme...
Approach For Future
• Establishment of Technical Training
Centers
• Skill Development
• Procurement of Industrial Inputs
•...
Conclusion
• Pakistan has registered a plausible growth
in its short history averaging around 6%
year on year basis
• Indu...
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  • You missed the IT Industry - the fastest growing industry in Pakistan
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  • we have lot of experienced relavent persons who can uplift our industry within no time to the highest peak
    Asghar Ali (HSB Global standards, 03004340489)
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  • Future of Boiler and pressure vessel industry is very sad. Our leaders of this industry does not have the sense of rapid and wide spread expanding. Our authorities should be replaced with engineers of relavent experience
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future of industry of pakistan

  1. 1. Future of Industries of Pakistan
  2. 2. Presented By: Faisal A. Ghani Farrukh Mustaqeem
  3. 3. Basic Industries in Pakistan • Textile & Leather • Sugar Refining • Fertilizers • Petroleum Products • Cement • Automotives and OEMs • Steel & Ship Building • Food, Beverages & Tobacco • Consumer Electrics • Chemicals Rubber & Plastic • Paper, Printing & Publishing
  4. 4. A Brief History • 1947 Embryonic Stage • 1950s Textile and Small Scale Manufacturing • 1960s Golden Era • 1970s Dhaka Falls, Nationalization, Hampered Growth, Capital Flight • 1980s Steady Recovery and Growth • 1990s Growth in Primary Industrial Units, Recovery • 2000s Growth in Tertiary Sector/ Service Industries • 2010 Fingers Crossed
  5. 5. Industrial Support Bodies • Engineering Development Board • Pakistan Industrial Development Corporation • Small & Medium Enterprises Development Authority (SMEDA) • State Engineering Corporation • National Fertilizer Corporation • Utility Stores Corporations • Federal Boilers Board • Pakistan Steel Mills Corporation • National Industrial Parks
  6. 6. The Recent Picture
  7. 7. Factors That Inhibit Industrial Growth • High Cost of Doing Business (Financial, Managerial, Materials, Labor) • Environmental Challenges • Political Instability and Poor Law & Order • Technical Problems • Poor Investment Opportunities • Poor or Reduced Supply of Raw Materials
  8. 8. Approach For Future • Establishment of Technical Training Centers • Skill Development • Procurement of Industrial Inputs • Industrial Infrastructure Including industrial parks • Tax Holidays and Export incentives • Cheaper Finance
  9. 9. Conclusion • Pakistan has registered a plausible growth in its short history averaging around 6% year on year basis • Industrial Fate of Pakistan heavily depends on cheap materials, easy tax policy, industrial infrastructure, political stability and ready and cheap finance • Industries have evolved, industrial revolution of Pakistan is yet to take place.
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