The impact of manufacturing activities in the trading partner on imports into Pakistan
Econometric analysis performed for this paper suggests that Pakistan is likely to import more from trading partners that have a larger manufacturing sector relative to their GDP for the majority of product categories. The impact is stronger for processed products. This implies a higher risk of import dependency and associated competitive pressure from imports on manufacturing activities within Pakistan.
International trade, Manufacturing · Industrial economics, Production
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Nakhoda, A., & Pasha, F. (2017). The impact of manufacturing activities in the trading partner on imports into Pakistan. Business Review, 12(1), 20-49. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.54784/1990-6587.1047
December 21, 2020