PAKISTAN is one of the two countries that came into existence after the Second World War on the basis of religious ideology in order to provide a separate homeland for the Muslims of the subcontinent and at the same time it served the purpose of not leaving behind an undivided subcontinent that could have been greatly influenced by the socialist ideology of two neighboring powers. History later witnessed how Pakistan successfully bridged US-China relations and played a pivotal role in ending the Cold War.
Pakistan has huge untapped potential of both human and natural resources.
With the policies of prioritizing education and vocational training in its annual budget and by implementing its founder Mohamed Ali Jinnah’s vision, it is only a matter of time before Pakistan’s GDP growth rate will no longer be dependent on the agri-economy alone and will be driven by knowledge and innovation. Read more → (205)