Mohtaram Mr. deel_ee Sahib,
You can manufacture a market car in Pakistan. Just make a contract with any foreign car maker, bribe the government and start making trash with a minimal price-tag. Look at Suzuki Mehran. It is the top of the line market car in Pakistan and tops from the bottom in quality, probably the worst quality car in the world and it is a 'market car.' Hell yeah!
Cost also comes into effect. Pakistan being a poor country with more than 60% of the population making less than $2 dollars a day, owning a car is a dream. The policies of the government don't help the country, politicians are very busy looting the funds of all kinds and enjoy their S Class Mercedeses and Land Cruisers. On the other hand the policies of IMF and World Bank have caused poverty to increase in the wrongly called developing countries of the world. Both IMF and the World Bank were formed at the end of World War 2 to help poor countries develop and look what happened. The majority of countries taking loans from these agencies have gone further deep down into poverty. How can a common man afford a Mark X in Pakistan to make it a 'market car,' where even a Suzuki Mehran (a market car) is out of his reach? IMF and World Bank also dictates the Custom Duties on the import of not only cars but everything else. Cars are becoming more and more expensive by the day also because of the devaluation of the rupee against the Dollar, Euro and the Japanese Yen.
Just to give yo an example. I bought a Suzuki FX, zero mile in 1985 for Rs. 67700 equivalent to US $ 4220. Today I can sell my car for Rs. 150,000 equivalent to US $ 1500 after running it for 28 years and doing 300,000+ km. This is how much our currency has devalued over the years. The value of one's currency reflects the state of the economy and ours is in a shambles.
The most favourite car in Pakistan is a Toyota Corolla GLi and is a relatively quality car although driving it reminds me of riding a donkey compared to JDMs (Japanese Domestic Market cars), European or American cars. It has a tremendously amazing resale value and does its job well minus the driving pleasure. It too is a rich man's car in Pakistan. Only the elite can afford it. Imagine GLi trash being within the reach of the elite only. What a tragedy!
Regards and take care.