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Foreign direct investment (FDI) in Pakistan soared by 180.6 per cent year-on-year to US$2.22 billion and
portfolio investment by 276 per cent to $407.4 million during the first nine months of fiscal year 2006,
the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) reported on April 24. During JulyʹMarch 2005-06, FDI year-on-year
increased to $2.224 billion from only $792.6 million and portfolio investment to $407.4 million, whereas
it was $108.1 million in the corresponding period last year, according to the latest statistics released by
the State Bank.[81] Pakistan has achieved FDI of almost $8.4 billion in the financial year 06/07, surpassing
the government target of $4 billion.[82] Foreign investment had significantly declined by 2010, dropping
by 54.6% due to Pakistan's political instability and weak law and order, according to the Bank of
Pakistan.

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O PICIC by Singapore based Temasek Holdings for $339 million


O Union Bank by Standard Chartered Bank for $487 million
O Prime Commercial Bank by ABN Amro for $228 million
O PakTel by China Mobile for $460 million
O PTCL by Etisalat for $1.8 billion
O Additional 57.6% shares of Lakson Tobacco Company acquired by Philip Morris International for
$382 million

Badar is being designated as Chief Executive for Saudi Arabia & North Africa, subject to regulatory approval. He
moves on after a seven years association with Standard Chartered Pakistan as its Chief Executive. During his
association with Standard Chartered Pakistan, Badar has led the transformation of the Bank, with the high point
being the Union Bank acquisition in 2006, one of the largest FDI investments in Pakistan s banking industry.
Standard Chartered is now the largest international Bank in Pakistan.
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very important market for Standard Chartered. Our uninterrupted presence here since 1863, the year we
established our first branch in Karachi, is a testament to our brand promise, Here for Good.

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resources gap and goal achievement. FDI has played a vital role in the economic growth of Pakistan. FDI
contributed significantly in the human resources development, capital formation, and organizational and
managerial skills of the people in the country. Total foreign investment was $ 6.0 billion, of which FDI amounted to
$ 4.16 billion in the year 2007.

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Investment in Service Sector in Pakistan

Foreign Direct Investment in a Service Sector is allowed in any activity subject to obtaining permission,
NOC or license from the concerned agency/agencies and fulfilling the requirements of the respective
sectoral policy.

Foreign investors may hold 100% equity allowed on repatriation basis and the minimum amount of
foreign equity investment in the project shall be 0.15 million dollars.