Of course you cannot share. I have a bridge to sell you in New York - I cannot share its name either.
now lets come back to reality, in what sense would offering more flavors of vehicles in Pakistan be a good idea if there is absolutely zero transport infrastructure, dont mention the two bit measly underpasses and paltry excuse of highways on which unregulated vehicles are driven and monitored by police which are nothing more than puppets. What about customs and duties which are from the time of the RAJ and were implied to only favour the crown.
Lets take some metrics here, IMC setup their assembly line in the 90s, it was hammered everyday on TV and newspapers that this will make for good exports and revenue generation - what happened to that? - I have yet to see ONE part on the toyota global parts catalog that says made in Pakistan. not even little bits like fastening clips, nothing, zilch, nada, zero etc. Let alone a complete car and its been quite some time now hasnt it?
same with the other two.
in very simple terms - such enterprise are setup to either write off tax or to double dip the cheese - which is happening already, VW are in hot soup nowadays since the dieselgate problem so I think its best to put this aside.. There have been many other newspieces promising this business which eventually end up at raddi paper wala and die off.
and now lets get to other issues - energy, transport, economic peace are non existant in Pakistan, to setup such a large enterprise you need some solidity and stability in your own courtyard before inviting others, You dont need to look afar - a few hours in a library scanning old newspapers is enough.