ISLAMABAD: The government will launch the Economic Survey 2017-18 today to share key economic indicators and the performance of different sectors of the economy during the year. The survey would highlight the main features of the government’s economic policies, which was resulted in macro-economic stability and growth rate of about 5.8 per cent. The survey would cover the development of all the important sectors of economy, including growth and investment, agriculture, manufacturing, mining, fiscal development, money…
ISLAMABAD: Finance Minister Ishaq Dar while launching the Economic Survey for the outgoing financial year said that the national economy has achieved high growth rate of 5.28 percent, ARY News reported on Thursday. The government in the fiscal year 2016-17 federal budget had set a target of 5.7 percent but failed to achieve it. Highlighting salient features of the Economic Survey Ishaq Dar talked about the performance of different sectors of the national economy in the outgoing year. The Finance Minister providing…
KARACHI: The total population of donkeys in the country increased by 0.1 million according to the Economic Survey of Pakistan for fiscal year 2014-2015, ARY News reports.
Pakistan Economic Survey 2014-15 unveiled – growth target missed – claims inflation down to 4.8% — lowest since 2003
ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Finance Ishaq Dar today unveiled the Economic Survey of Pakistan 2014-15, showing missed target of GDP growth rate which stands at 4.2% against a set target of 5.1%, ARY News reported.
ISLAMABAD: Better health and healthy living environment contribute to the improvement of family life, human welfare and ultimately contributes to economic growth.
ISLAMABAD: Education plays a pivotal role in the development of the country. High literacy rate ensures sustainable economic development, labour productivity and economic prosperity. Equalization of educational levels eliminates regional inequalities and gender discrimination.
ISLAMABAD: Agriculture accounts for 20.88 percent of GDP and 43.5 percent of employment. The sector has direct and indirect linkages with other sectors of the economy and play significant role in socio-economic development of the country. The agriculture sector has four sub sectors including: crops, livestock, fisheries and forestry.
National Highway Authority spent Rs1.342 trillion on 72 projects in 2014-15 – Gwadar handed 6.279 million tons
The 2014-15 Economic Survey of Pakistan released this evening by Finance Minister Ishaq Dar provided the following details about Pakistan's communications sectors, especially the roads network, railways and ports
ISLAMABAD: The government will release the Economic Survey for the current fiscal year 2014-15 today, ARY News reported.