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Pakistan - Development programming and economic conditions (English)

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  • Document Date

    1961/05/08

  • Document Type

    Pre-2003 Economic or Sector Report

  • Report Number

    AS85

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    5

  • Country

    Pakistan,

  • Region

    South Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/06/12

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Pakistan - Development programming and economic conditions

  • Keywords

    rate of population growth;imports of investment good;water supply and sewerage;Foreign Exchange Reserve;raw material;foreign exchange position;balance of payment;volume of transaction;increase in expenditure;current account deficit;inland water transport;Waterlogging and Salinity;demand for import;hides and skins;multiple exchange rate;domestic money supply;financing of investment;official exchange rate;long term growth;higher interest rate;foreign exchange expenditures;foreign exchange allocation;standard of living;natural resource base;public sector revenue;conventional thermal plant;expansion of imports;area under cultivation;agriculture and industry;real national income;supply of good;local currency expenditure;amount of credit;flow of cash;domestic private sector;per capita income;consumer goods imports;gross national product;allocation of resource;medium scale industry;reinvestment of profits;import liberalization;automatic licensing;domestic price;foreign sector;export earning;export earnings;monetary expansion;Bank Credit;private enterprise;Economic Policy;road transport;import policy;industrial sector;public finance;export policy;private industry;expansionary effect;coastal shipping;administrative skill;financial resource;private investment;Electric Power;export performance;industrial capacity;manufacturing industry;capital-intensive sector;debt service;rural area;cotton yarn;credit expansion;counterpart fund;price rise;existing capacity;public health;price control;import license;manufactured goods;sales tax;import good;slack season;Credit policies;credit policy;domestic good;private bank;stable price;flat rate;rural distribution;import duty;jet aircraft;smaller vessel;domestic demand;import payments;road development;workshop equipment;Power Generation;administrative limitation;Soda Ash;Tax Holiday;public debt;laboratory equipment;small industry;public corporation;grass root;cash holding;indirect consequences;skilled manpower;power program;domestic labor;demand deposit;credit control;investment expenditure;equipment operator;corporation tax;skilled personnel;currency resource;export duties;electrification program;gross investment;industrial efficiency;financial equilibrium;telecommunications system;foreign flag;real resource;marginal land;price drop;supply condition;urban districts;minimum price;crop failure;free movement;rice crop;water use;higher expenditure;land development;exchange resource;production target;supply situation;public statement;cotton textile;population census;manufacturing production;commodity aid;Technical Training;internal debt;treasury bill;irrigation system;engineering study;invisible payment;jute goods;external aid;population problem;supply industry;statistical appendix;government administration;rental income;public consumption;private consumption;tax revenue;import requirement;domestic counterpart;foreign reserve;dividend tax;additional money;balancing equipment;merchandise import;export promotion;foreign transaction;domestic consumption;documentary evidence;cotton manufacture;domestic output;capital account;payment agreement;export value;hotel industry;market balance;laboratory glassware;skilled labor;total output;sound financial;government control;long range;tax structure;domestic supply;liquidity overhang;vehicle part;skill need;vegetable oil;insulating material;government borrowing;motor cycle;jute prices;special treatment;commercial lending;government operation;surgical instrument;capital expenditure;Rural Sector;insurance companies;large expenditures;government bond;banking system;increased supply;free enterprise;loan amounting;rice grower;institutional investor;share value;stock exchange;company taxation;Social Welfare;contractor for works;provincial budget;lending activities;primary purpose;windfall gain;deposit resource;

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Pakistan - Development programming and economic conditions (English). Asia series ; no. AS 85 Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/455411468146961306/Pakistan-Development-programming-and-economic-conditions