I am amazed and don't even know what to say. Ever heard about the PPP (purchasing power parity)? Do you even know how exchange rates work?
According to your assertions the cheapest corolla is in Kuwait where it for less than 10,000 Kuwaiti Dinars. Since 1 Kuwaiti Dinar is 1 Rs for them, Pakistani Corolla is over priced at 1.9m and it should be at Rs. 10,000? Bravo!
The discussion ends here and you win
First you have fluke about Indian Corolla that it is same as Pakistan one.
Now you are giving me lessons on how exchange rates work or what is PPP.
I think we should discuss some basic high school economic lessons first before commenting about exchange rates and my knowledge about them.
Do we live in Kuwait, India or US/Canada?
Do we earn there?
In US/Canada, minimum wage rate is 14K $, nearly equals a Civic/Corolla, can you quote the Pakistani one.
Do kuwaiti people earn 10,000 Dinar like we can earn 10-25K Rs in a month?
How much times it takes for an average Kuwaiti or US citizen to buy a Corolla compare to Pakistani counterpart and is that Corolla equals in equipment, fit/finish build and quality?
Has your country allowed free trade and import to let the PPP work?
Do you know the tax/custom duties on import of goods which falls under protected industries like textile and Auto for so many years.
What about the monopoly or oligopoly?
Is labor cheaper in US/Kuwait or Pakistan?
So 1 kuwaiti Dinar is 1 rs to them because they earn there, live there and spend there, they do not come to Pakistan and exchange their currency to PKR for buying a car and then take it back to Kuwait.