Critical Economic Situation in Pakistan.
The key challenges faced by Pakistan
One major economic indicator which is gross domestic
product (GDP) its growth rate is just 3.59% in financial year
2012_2013 which is a sign of serious economic situation.
Despite all the challenges pakistan still made its mark
in many fields like
Information Technology has been be coming the largest sector in Pakistan
All Government Departments have also created their websites and are
updating their contents on regular basis for different communities. For
example, the HEC website.
Pakistan has over 20 million internet users and is ranked as one of the top
countries that have registered a high growth rate in internet penetration.
Overall, it has the 27th largest population of internet users in the world.
World younger ms certificate girl also belong from Pakistan .
65 % of population belong to agriculture
24 % of GDP is get from this sector
PTCL is the largest telecommunications provider in
It has more than 0.8 million customers.
Media sector is booming in Pakistan. As per PEMRA (Pakistan Electronic
Media Regulatory Authority), has sustained economic growth of 6.6%
per annum for the past six years:
Pakistan media has seen a growth of 132% per year.
There are currently approximately 116 radio channels
More than 80 local TV channels
Approximately 150 advertising agencies
More than 74 production companies.
According to APNS, there are more than 262 publications.
It has 55 % share of total export of Pakistan.
Forth largest cotton producer.
In Asia ,Pakistan 8th largest exporter of
To save the economy from instant collapse Govt. need to
reduce it’s expenses. Government has to support our young
generation so that they can use their creative ideas into
practical fields. They should give more infrastructure to IT
sector and give financial support in all fields. They should
take strong steps to stop terrorism in Pakistan so that the
image of Pakistan become better and build their relation with
the developed countries of the world.
Let us unite and fight for “our pakistan”……better