Pakistani Youth in Relation to CPEC and Their Future as Entrepreneurs

Keywords: CPEC, Youth, Entrepreneurship, Government Initiative & Prosper Country.


The objective of the study is to reveal whether the Pakistani youth accepts CPEC as their future and have shown positivity to become an entrepreneur. Our study reveals that; the youth in Pakistan feels that it is a need of time for their country and to take this opportunity as positive indicator towards their country prosperity and economic revival in no times. The research is focused on the samples based upon the youth of Lahore specifically the university students who directly have impact over being the entrepreneurs of Pakistan We use frequency analysis for our resultants, that helps us to interpret the data at a glance initially for the subject problem identified. It also helps us to evaluate and highlight the factors involved with the composition of its involvement as variable.


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Author Biographies

Imran Yousuf Muhammad, Preston University, Karachi Pakistan.

Dr. by Profession, Entrepreneur, & Lead Trainer at Transformation International, Preston University, Karachi Pakistan.

Ali Raza Qureshi, Preston University.

Educationist, Trainer and Quality Expert, Preston University.


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How to Cite
Muhammad, I., & Qureshi, A. (2020). Pakistani Youth in Relation to CPEC and Their Future as Entrepreneurs. Amazonia Investiga, 9(35), 51-60.