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Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Country ReportIslamic Republic of Pakistan
ByMyat Soe
Facilitator: Jeffrey F. Sherlock, Ed.D. Due May 18, 2006
Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Islamic Republic of Pakistan 1Executive Summary:
This report gives useful insight to help executives and their employees live andwork successfully in Pakistan. Americans will find the Pakistani people to be veryrespectful because they value traditional customs and beliefs. Business protocol isdifferent in Pakistan, compared business protocol in the United States. The executivesmust establish a trust between them and their business counterparts before making any business deals.Pakistan has significantly improved the lives of many of its people and hasachieved steady economic growth. However, a third of Pakistan’s population remainsentrenched in poverty. According to World Bank report in 2006, women are at a particular disadvantage, with lower literacy and school enrollment rates than men, and less accessto health care. It should also be noted that most of Pakistanis are Muslims, and Pakistan isa male-dominated society.Additionally, the Islamic extremism in Pakistan, growing in power and influence,has found a new target: western countries. The extremists in Pakistan and their leaders aretargeting the U.S government, its citizens as well as members of minority indigenous andreligious groups. This information allows companies’ executives and their employees tolearn how to live a safe and quality lifestyle in Pakistan.It is suggested that companies should offer training programs to employees. Thefirst program should inform employees on how to conduct business transactions and howto interact with people in Pakistan. A second training program should be set up for executives, managers, employees and their families to help them adjust to living inPakistan. Executives and all employees should be briefed about the religious sensitivity

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