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you are right brother but nations with hard work & wisdom go ahead & where there is respect for law
india is not the best country in world but its reality they are far ahead from us despite we both got
independence at same time
worst can happen in future in motorcycle industry if people continued to stick with old shape motorcycles
This is awesome after a long time something very good is happening here in Pakistan
Two of the best quotes of Punjabi : 1. Rull tan gae aan! Per Chass aa Gae ai!, 2. Gal Pya Dhol Ty Wajana Penda ay.
Finance Minister Ishaq Dar has said that Japanese Prime Minister Shinz? Abe's visit to Pakistan is eagerly awaited which would not only boost bilateral ties but also further strengthen Pak-Japan economic partnership. He was talking to Kazuyuki Nakane, the visiting Japanese Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs, here on Wednesday. At the outset of the meeting Kazuyuki thanked the Minister for the meeting and said the Finance Minister's visit to Japan in January had paved the way for renewed economic co-operation.Both the Ministers had in depth exchange of views on economic co-operation. Finance Minister informed Kazuyuki that all was set for inauguration of state of the art Yamaha motorcycle plant on April 27. Both the Ministers lauded Yamah's venture saying it would provide fresh impetus to investment by other famed Japanese companies in Pakistan. He also told Kazuyuki that JICA was resuming operations as the matter regarding a legal petition had been resolved. Kazuyuki welcomed the development.Ishaq Dar briefed the visiting dignitary about the current profile of Pakistan's economy, saying that Pakistan made its presence felt in the international capital market through issuance of Euro bonds and Sukkuk and revived linkages with financial institutions. Important economic indicators were positive and the economy was put on the right track through vigorous reforms process. "We are consolidating our economic gains and wish to enter the emerging economies league now," the Minister added. He said the government had taken steps to resolvethe energy issue and envisaged power generation to the tune of 10,000 MW in next three years.Kazuyuki while affirming continued Japanese support for economic development in Pakistan, expressed concern over the attack on Army Public School, Peshawar and attacks on mosques. He said Japan condemned suchdespicable acts and stood by Pakistan in its anti-terror drive. Ishaq Dar shared details about the on-going operation Zarb-e-Azb with Kazuyuki and said it had yielded good results as a number of high profile targets had been eliminated. He said the Government had undertaken a 21-point National Action Plan to eliminate militancy. He said the Government had taken concrete steps to ensure safety of foreign nationals in Pakistan including Japanese citizens.Kazuyuki, in response to Finance Minister's invitation to Japanese mobile companies to participate in future spectrum auctions, said he would convey this invitation to Japanese companies andurge them to be more active in Pakistan's mobile phone services market. Both sides also hoped that the Pak-Japan Joint Business Group meeting in May would also help enhance trade and economic co-operation-PR
Live like a candle who burn it's self and gives lights to others
Brothers when will be yamaha completey launched in pakistan
I am alot more glad as Yamaha is back and will rock the market soon InshAllah TAllah!
R.I.P BABRUS ABBAS QAISER....will miss u bro....i got a memories but not u....
India's population is roughly 5 times bigger than ours. 182 Million Pakistani vs. 1,200+ Million Indians!!! Now THATS a HUGE difference, isn't it?
More population = more sales = more profits = more "$$$"...!!!
If you're an Economics student, than you must be well aware that manufacturers in populated countries rely on "SALES FIGURES" to earn revenues. They sells MORE PRODUCTS at LESS PER UNIT PROFITS to generate revenues! Whereas manufacturers located in unpopulated areas rely on entirely opposite cycle. They rely on MORE PROFITS PER UNIT cause they simply can't sell products in sheer masses due to lack of demand which is caused by low volume of population...
EXAMPLE: "In Indian: They sells 1,000 bikes at 50,000 rupee, In Pakistan they sells 500 bikes at 100,000 rupee". SEE? Simple!
ITS A "BUSINESS STRATEGY", mate. Its not about CORRUPTION or TERRORISM or INCOMPETENT PEOPLE or whatever...
P.S I'm not trying to be a 'smart guy' here. Just solid facts, thats all...
i.e. More population = more sales = more profits = more "$$$"...!!!
Hope they launch something in 150cc category as well........different trim levels of YBR125 would just not cut it.
And the prices also need to be competitive to break the Monopoly of Honda.
If you ride like there's no tomorrow, there won't be.
thats good let see whats new they will show in it
salam..does any one know how to get yamaha dealership in rawalpindi? i mean any source or where to go to for information to get dealership?
you are not right brother. you know in india they start producing bikes in 1950 and we hardly started our production in 1990 and still dont made every thing in pakistan.
All your facts are not correct my friend. I know that the market size does make a difference, but economics also tells us that only a will to purchase a product doesn't make any difference. It should be followed by purchasing power. A huge population without any money wouldn't be a lucrative market, will it? If population was a major factor then Pakistan is also at the sixth position in the world, then why isin't it a good enough market? There are many highly developed countries whose population put togather is lesser than that of Pakistan.
We have to accept the fact that these people (highly developed countries) have made intelegent choices, chosen good governments, worked hard, most importants have given their children good education & ofcourse have been lucky also.
And another thing that I want to point out to everyone is that, in each and every case why do you compare everything with India. There are many other countries to look up to. India is not one of the best examples of successful countries, though very close.
No offense guys, just my point of view.