Economical Development in the Country

Alam, S. M.
February 2008
Economic Review (05318955);Feb/Mar2008, Vol. 39 Issue 2/3, p28
The article presents information related to the economical development in Pakistan. As reported, Pakistan ranks amongst the top seven fastest growing economies of Asia in 2008 and the per capita income stands at 925 dollars. It is further reported that Pakistan has revived its economy in the last five years by taking various steps including achieving macroeconomic stability and introducing deep-rooted structural reforms and improving governance.


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