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Economy of Pakistan prepared by Mr. Subuk Rathoord INTI University College Malaysia 60th Independence day of Pakistan, in very quick time in just 2 hrs time, so still needs to be up-dated

Economy of Pakistan prepared by Mr. Subuk Rathoord INTI University College Malaysia 60th Independence day of Pakistan, in very quick time in just 2 hrs time, so still needs to be up-dated

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  • ECONOMY of PAKISTAN One of The fastest growing economies
  • Central bank The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP)
    • Currency
    • 100 Pakistani Rupee (PKR) =
    • 1.64908 US dollar =
    • 1.23810 Euro
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  • Trade organizations and treaties
    • Economic Cooperation Organization ECO
    • South Asia Free Trade Agreement SAFTA
    • Association of Southeast Asian
    • Nations ASEAN
    • World Intellectual Property Organization WIPO
    • World Trade Organization WTO
  • Fiscal Budget 06-07
    • $24.5 billion (revenue)
    • $31.07 billion (expenditure)
  • Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
    • GDP at Purchasing power parity (PPP)
    • $475.5 billion (2007)
    • GDP real growth rate (at PPP)
    • 6.9% (2006 est.)
    • GDP growth rate
    • 7% (2007 est.)
    • GDP per capita
    • $3,004 (2007)
    • GDP by sector (2006 est.)
    • agriculture: 21.6%
    • industry: 25.1%
    • services: 53.3%
  • Demographics
    • Population
    • 165,803,560 (2006 est.)
    • Population below poverty line
    • 23% (2007)
    • Labor force
    • 48.29 million
    • Unemployment rate
    • 6.6% (2006 est.)
  • Production
    • Agricultural products
    • cotton, wheat, rice, sugarcane, fruits, vegetables, milk, beef, mutton, eggs, shrimp, poultry, tea
    • Main industries
    • Automotive, textiles, chemicals, food processing, steel, transport equipment, machinery, beverages, construction materials, clothing, paper products.
  • International trade
    • Imports
    • $32.14 billion (2006 est.)
    • Major imported commodities
    • Petroleum, Petroleum products, Machinery, Plastics, Transportation equipment, Edible oils, Paper and paperboard, Iron and steel, Tea
  • Main import partners (2006 est.)
    • China 14.7%
    • Saudi Arabia 10.1%
    • UAE 8.7%
    • Japan 6.5%
    • United States 5.3%
    • Germany 5%
    • Kuwait 4.9%
  • Exports $17.56 billion (2006 est.)
    • Major exported commodities
    • textile goods (garments, bed linen, cotton cloths, and yarn)
    • rice
    • leather goods
    • sports goods
    • chemicals manufactures
    • carpets and rugs
  • Main export partners (2006 est.)
    • United States 22.4%
    • UAE 8.3%
    • UK 6%
    • China 5.4%
    • Germany 4.7%
  • The economy today
    • Stock market
    • B est-performing stock market index in the world ; Business Week
    • Manufacturing and finance
    • growing by 18%
    • Growing middle class
    • 30 million strong middle class
  • The economy today
    • Poverty alleviation expenditures
    • from 35 percent in 2000-01 to 24 percent in 2006
    • Revenue
    • Board of Revenue collected nearly Rs. 700 billion ($11.6 billion ) in taxes in the 2005-2006 financial year
  • Thank You!