Pakistan’s automotive production has hit capacity of about 6,000 vehicles per month in order to meet a flood of demand, while the industry is on track to break 1992 records of 48,000 units. Production levels have increased by about 30% in order to help fill an unprecedented backlog of orders, prompted by new bank financing deals. With waiting lists for new cars exceeding three months, investors, planning on reselling the cars for greater profits, have been paying more for the vehicle ...
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