Economic Game Change
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Economic Game Change



Pakistan's economy is being reshaped for sustainable development.

Pakistan's economy is being reshaped for sustainable development.



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  • 1. Economic Game Change
  • 2. Economy in 2014 • Supply Side Focus • Green Growth • Services Exports of Pakistan • 2 New Provinces (Hazara & Sareiki) • Sports-oriented Education • Tourism Development • Innovative Products • Real Time Marketing (RTM) • Social Media Development
  • 3. Economic Targets 2014 • 15% GDP Growth • 10000 New SMEs • 8% Trade Volume Growth • 100000 Housing Units • 5% Inflation • Stable Pak Rupee against Dollar • 100000 Job Opportunities • 5% Direct Tax Growth • Pro-Business Monetary Policy • 2 New Microfinance Banks 10 New Projects • Megacity Nowshera (73000 houses) • Peshawar Mass Transit System • Peshawar Stock Exchange • Development Bank of FATA • Benazir International Airport • University of FATA • One Constitution Avenue Islamabad • Islamabad – Murree Train • Water Quality Management Institute in Islamabad • Dualization of Railway Track (Khanewal to Raiwind) • Rail Boggy Advertising
  • 4. Pakistan Scenario There are two economic think tanks in the country. • FPCCI • Planning Commission of Pakistan Chinese Prescription Government of Mian Nawaz Sharif intends to follow Chinese Economic Development strategy. Pakistan will keep good economic relations with Western countries including Turkey.
  • 5. Discussion Q: Is there economic think tank in Pakistan? A: There is no independent economic think tank in Pakistan. Economists can form these either in Lahore or Islamabad. Q: Will Government pay heed to new economic think tank? A: Democratic government of Mian Nawaz Sharif believes in open government partnership. Q: Is this presentation normative or objective? A: It is a positive article but people of Pakistan must follow Chinese culture of business and work. Q: Can anyone add or comment on contents? A: Suggestions are welcome. Q: Will government take notice? A: PEMRA takes keen interest in contents on the digital media. Expert Member, CDKN Member, Pakistan Society of Criminology Member, Harvard Business Review Economic Advisor shortlisted, British High Commission Islamabad Feedback: Sajid Imtiaz