An Empirical Investigation on the Effect of FDI on Foreign Trade of Pakistan

Volume 3, Issue 3, Article 4 - 2017

Authors: Sara Rafiq;Liu Hai Yun

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The field of international economics is always enriched with huge literature related to trade and investment. But still with the passage of time, new business ventures and activities around the globe reshape the history as well as generate new aspects for present strategies and provide grounds for future prospective of trade and investment. Therefore international economics research not novel in particular but specific in situation, era, location and factors; make its evaluation a unique research. This study though not so unique in general literature, opens new debate for economic analysts in Pakistan with the country having a lot of fluctuations on the account of most of macroeconomic variables and is vulnerable to both political and economic uncertainties throughout its history. Trade and FDI in this modern globalized world are most significant elements of the economy which cannot be ignored while achieving and analyzing persistent economic development.

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Sara Rafiq;Liu Hai Yun (2017) An Empirical Investigation on the Effect of FDI on Foreign Trade of Pakistan
Global Journal of economic and Business Vol 3 (3) 301-311