The Relevance of The Value System in the Performance of Multinational Companies in Karachi, Pakistan
This paper aims to explore the multinational companies operating in Pakistan that are convincingly aware of Islamic, cultural, and ethical values. To study a sample survey designed to gather and analyze information on the significance of these values? Do non-Muslim Pakistani multinational executives have scant knowledge of cultural, religious, and moral values? Is the impact of the existence of multinational companies on the local culture of Western values? Do the expectations differ to some degree from those of the locals? Will the contribution of foreign corporations to the host countries make a meaningful contribution to the socio-economic stability and economic growth of the host country? Will the perception of the administrators of global corporations vary from that of multinational clients? The targeted survey consists of two categories, i.e. multinational managers and multinational clients, and found that multinational managers are mainly Muslim in the education sector, while 96 percent of multinational respondents have been residing in the residential sector since birth. When the Asian financial crunch severely affected the region, transnational businesses played a significant role in the rebuilding of Pakistan's economy and caused a considerable export-oriented character in economic development, the economy recovered rapidly compared to any other region with the aid of multinational companies.