Pakistan is an example of a classic frontier market where "perception differs from reality", and as confidence in the country's demographics and politics improves, it is fast becoming one of the most attractive markets to invest in globally, according to fund managers.
Political instability and limited business opportunities have been a staple of Pakistan over the past 20 years, deterring potential investors but this is changing and the rapidly developing market is set...
£44bn committed to sector over five years
Key points from Hammond's 'balanced' Budget
No stamp duty on homes under £300,000
Second Budget this year
Rises in-line with CPI