With the seventh largest population in the world (c. 220 million people), with 54.0% of the population under the age of 24, Pakistan has the ideal demographics for becoming one of the largest retail markets in the world.
Morgan Stanley most recently included Pakistan in their latest MSCI Emerging Markets Index giving investors a confidence boost in the market.
Gwadar is Pakistan’s most important city for the next century. Gwadar is one of the world’s largest natural deep sea ports which will give access to both Central Asia and Western China. Gwadar property is one of the most under-valued assets in the country compared to the rest of the cities. International Port City provides real estate investors with one of the best Gwadar properties for sale.
The Next Asian Tiger:
Emerging market status is expected to stimulate the country’s economic growth and stabilize the political atmosphere. This, in turn, will attract a wider class of investors who will inject huge amounts of money into Pakistan. It’s the first step to becoming the next “Asian Tiger” and the emerging market status was gained with astonishing speed, thanks to China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Plus, the outclass performances of the country’s energy, banking, oil and gas, cement, and fertilizer sectors helped Pakistan become the limelight of the world’s stock markets.
The CPEC-driven enthusiasm, the financial discipline of the present government, and reasonable macroeconomic management have helped this country in South Asia to reach its goal of regaining emerging market status. Pakistan is on the verge of becoming the next “Asian Tiger”.