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Bridging Trade International (BTI) is a unique company that has been established keeping the vision of promoting Pakistan and its products and industry around the globe. The company has its Central Office in Central Europe, Warsaw Capital of Poland to cover the European markets, also having presence in China & recently open their new branch office in Brazil. The company has partnered with many potentials foreign Buyers, BTI play the role of bridging between the Pakistani manufactures, Exporters, and foreign buyers, through organizing the Trade Shows , Expos, Bridging Trade Conferences and B2B meetings worldwide. The company also has partnered with several hundreds of Pakistani manufactures, exporters, investors, importers and distributors to get maximum exposure to the world of professional business and new markets. BTI provides trade assistance to entrepreneurs including introducing the potential foreign buyers, Marketing, Sourcing Surveys, and order executing and logistical support worldwide. With combination of trust and quick uptake of the task, BTI is one of the leading companies in the market. The company is dealing with investment in Pakistan, Poland, Czech Republic, Portugal ,Ukarine ,Belarus ,Turkey and Brazil.
Pakistan sits on one of the most important trade routes of the world. This area has traditionally been a centre for exchange of cultures and commerce of South, South East, West and Central Asia. The country shares borders with China to the North, Iran and Afghanistan to the West, and India to the East, while the Arabian Sea to the South offers a vast coastline for maritime trade. Itself a country with a population of approximately 140 million, Pakistan also has easy access to the markets of Iran, Afghanistan, the Central Asian Republics and the Middle East. With the fast developing communication infrastructure in the country, Pakistan is well placed as a transit route for East-West trade in this era of increasing globalization.
Poland is one of the most attractive locations for foreign investments. International reports highlight the economic and political stability of Poland, educated and competent human capital and a large domestic market. In times of global economic crisis Poland has strengthened its position, not only in the region of Central and Eastern Europe but also all over the continent. Foreign investors willingly invest their capital in Poland treating it as a safe haven in times of economic instability. Tourists, in turn, are enchanted by Polish hospitality and friendliness, Poland’s cultural heritage and the country’s natural landscape.
Portugal is a founding member of the European Union and the euro zone. According to the World Bank, the Portuguese economy is the 43rd largest in the world and over the past 40 years one of the OECD economies with highest GDP growth rate.
Having joined the EU in 1986, the country went through a period of strong reforms and investments, mainly in infrastructures, that contributed to a rapid acceleration in Gross Domestic Product. According to OECD, between 1970 and 2003, GDP per capita measured in Parity Purchasing Power (PPP) has grown from 50% to about 70% of the same indicator.
Ukraine boasts over 30% of the World’s reserves of most fertile black soils. The post-Soviet economic decline has affected agricultural production. Arable lands are still not traded but it should not stop any agricultural venture from entering the market with the biggest potential of its kind in the World. Ukraine is the most suitable location in the World today for organic agriculture and sustainable biodynamic farming which can provide 25-35% savings on operational costs and irrigation needs and over 20% higher yields compared to conventional.
Placing a business in the territory of Belarus enables companies to efficiently serve the most high-capacity and quick-growing target markets: EU countries (505 million consumers), Russia, Ukraine,Kazakhstan and other CIS countries (282 million consumers).
The advantageous economic and geographical location of Belarus, developed transportation and logistics and manufacturing system of the country is accompanied by its membership in integration associations. In the first place, the Eurasian Economic Union of Belarus, Russia, Armenia and Kazakhstan (EEU).
All of these factors provide unique opportunities for companies interested in establishing and dynamically developing business in the Eurasian region.
The Czech Republic is one of the most successful CEE countries in terms of attracting foreign direct investment. Over 173,000 Czech firms across all sectors are now supported by foreign capital. According to the Czech National Bank, a total amount of EUR 77.8 billion worth of FDI has been recorded since 1993 (Source: Czech National Bank, 2012).
The introduction of investment incentives in 1998 stimulated a massive inflow of FDI into Greenfield projects. The Czech Republic’s accession to the European Union in 2004 and the amendments to the investment-incentives legislation have further boosted investment.
According to an Economist Intelligence Unit database, the Czech Republic has consistently attracted a high rate of foreign direct investment per capita since 2000, which confirms the country’s strong attractiveness for foreign investors.
The Turkish economy has shown remarkable performance with its steady growth over the last decade. A sound macroeconomic strategy in combination with prudent fiscal policies and major structural reforms in effect since 2002 has integrated the Turkish economy into the globalized world, while transforming the country into one of the major recipients of FDI in its region.
Brazil is the world’s sixth biggest economy, together with the United Kingdom, France and Italy, ahead of Spain, Mexico and South Korea.
• The Brazilian economy presents a sustainable and strong growth. The Brazilian GDP growth rate reached 5.3 per cent in 2007, with an inflation rate of 3.7 per cent.
• More than 32% of the jobs created in Latin America in 2007 were in Brazil.
• Since 2003, the Brazilian exports have shown a growth rate bigger than that of the world imports, resulting in a higher Brazilian participation on the world trade.
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