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Pakistan - Country assistance evaluation (Approach Paper) (English)

Pakistan has a population of approximately 145 million, with GNI per capita in 2002 of approximately US$420. After outpacing its South Asian neighbors in GDP growth over the first three decades of its existence, in the 1990s Pakistan began to fare less well with growth and several key social indicators. Pakistan's annual growth rate averaged over 6 percent in the 1980s, about 4 percent during the 1990s, and rose to over 5 percent in the past year. With a population growth rate of 3 percent, per capita GDP growth averaged 1.4 percent from 1990 to 2002.

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Pakistan - Country assistance evaluation (Approach Paper) (English). Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) approach paper Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/819261468774935603/Pakistan-Country-assistance-evaluation