• Impact of Fiscal Monetary & Trade Openness on Economic Growth of Pakistan
    exports and imports which lead to the ineffectiveness of trade policy to enhance economic growth in Pakistan. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, Vol. 1, No. 3, 2011, pp.133-138 138 References Adefeso, H.A. and Mobolaji, H.I., (2010). The Fiscal-Monetary Policy And...
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  • Alchohol Should Be Illegal
    policy remained under enormous pressure to strike a balance between supporting growth and keeping inflation under watch. The devastating floods in 2010 and heavy rains in Sindh in 2011 once again brought on a plethora of challenges. The government’s efforts to contain the fiscal deficit were undermined...
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  • Import & Export Literature Review
    -down in the global economy. Remittances from overseas workers, averaging about $1 billion a month since March 2011, remain a bright spot for Pakistan. However, after a small current account surplus in fiscal year 2011 (July 2010/June 2011), Pakistan's current account turned to deficit in fiscal year...
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  • This Tahir Wants to Join U
    increased by almost 141 bases points to 13.46 percent in April 2011 as against 12.05 percent in April 2010. V. FISCAL DEVELOPMENTS: Fiscal performance – both revenues and expenditures – have been affected by the floods and the policy adjustments in the face of global rise in prices of energy. The...
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  • Fiscal Development
    18.1 4.4 14.6 10.6 4.4 2008 1.7 5.3 19.9 16.0 3.8 14.5 9.5 5.1 2009 3.8 6.3 20.5 16.9 3.5 14.2 10.2 3.9 2010 2.4 4.0 18.0 14.6 3.4 14.3 10.5 3.8 2011(B) † Statistical discrepancy (both positive and negative) has been adjusted in arriving at overall fiscal deficit numbers. * Include earthquake...
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  • ultimate solution of power crisis in USA
    Public Disclosure Authorized Rethinking Electricity Tariffs and Subsidies in Pakistan  2011   Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized   Rethinking Electricity Tariffs and Subsidies in       Pakistan    July 2011  Policy Note...
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  • Essay
    2011-11th May, 2012 loans for commodity finance registered a net retirement of Rs 81.6 billion against the retirement of Rs 101.1 billion in the same period of fiscal year 2010-11. The retirement was primarily concentrated in the second quarter of fiscal year 5 Highlights of the Pakistan...
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  • Fiscal Development
    percent in 2011-12 over the actual transfer of Rs. 1,022.8 billion in 2010-11. Medium Term Budgetary Framework The MTBF has improved the budget preparation process. Firstly, the medium-term fiscal framework and budget policies have been incorporated into a medium-term Budget Strategy Paper on rolling...
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  • Assignments
    to CIA in 2010 natural gas production in Bangladesh is 19.75 billion and that is the main resource of Bangladesh. All the industry based on gas (CIA, 2011). 2.0 Economic Policy Economic policy means to the state measures that the governments adopt in the economic ambience. It...
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  • Essay Writing
    non tax revenues remained at Rs. 584.3 billion during the same period of fiscal year 2012-13. 5 Highlights of the Pakistan Economic Survey 2012-13 Money and Credit SBP has adopted relatively an expansionary policy stance for the past two years as the policy rate has been reduced by...
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  • Fin 623 Subjective Midterm 2011.Doc
    2010 Question No: 32 ( Marks: 10 ) What is meant by Fiscal Policy? Highlight the role of taxes in Fiscal Policy. Differentiate between Budget deficit and Budget Surplus.   Answer: What is Fiscal Policy? Fiscal policy is a discipline that deals with arrangements which are adopted by...
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  • Sbp in Its First Quarterly Report
    $ 0.7 bn and $ 1.0 bn in the respective periods of 2010 and 2009; a weekly publication of The Institute of Bankers Pakistan the budgetary deficit in the first quarter of the current fiscal (July-September 2011) was recorded lower at 1.2% of GDP against 1.5% of GDP in the same quarter last fiscal...
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  • Pakistan vs India Economy
    economy. Remittances from overseas workers, averaging about $1 billion a month since March 2011, remain a bright spot for Pakistan. However, after a small current account surplus in fiscal year 2011 (July 2010/June 2011), Pakistan's current account turned to deficit in fiscal year 2012, spurred by...
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  • Effect of Law and Order Situation on Business in Pakistan
    . Besides this, there are also number of other areas where attractive investment opportunities exist in Pakistan but the greatest problem lies in mismanagement and unsustainable fiscal policies. This predicament has been further heightened by the farreaching economic impact of Karachi’s descent into...
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  • Statistics Assignment
    fiscal deficit at 4.6 percent of GDP during July-March, 2012-13. 62 Pakistan Economic Survey 2012-13 Fig‐5.2: Government Borrowings 1,250.0 1,050.0 850.0 650.0 450.0 250.0 50.0 700.0 550.0 Rs. Billion 400.0 250.0 100.0 ‐50.0 ‐200.0 2007‐08 2008‐09 2009‐10 2010‐11 2011‐12 2012‐13 (July‐3 May...
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  • Sumarry on Currency Cirrculation of Pakistan
    fiscal year 2009-10. The prime reason for this increase in currency in circulation is heavy government borrowings from the State Bank of Pakistan for budgetary support. The government borrowings from SBP essentially mean new money, besides being inflationary. An understanding between SBP and the...
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  • Medium Term Budgetary Statement
    Pakistan Finance Division *** STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY UNDER SECTION 10(1)(a) OF FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY AND DEBT LIMITATION ACT 2005. Stated that all policy decisions with material economic, or fiscal implications that the Federal Government has made before 3rd June 2011, the day on which the...
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  • Industrial Budget
    2011, successive increase in oil prices and the ever changing security situation, the government achieved a lot. * During the 2011 fiscal year an unexpected improvement was seen in the foreign exchange account of Pakistan which to an extent provided some support to the economy. Exports reached 25.4...
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  • Money and Credit
    Pakistan (SBP) followed a proactive policy response to shave-off additional demand from the economy. It has also accommodated the fiscal deficit. The SBP adopted an expansionary monetary policy during the fiscal year 2011-12. It slashed the discount rate by 50 bps points to 13.5 percent from 14...
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  • Proposed Budget of Pakistan for 2011-12
    resources. For fiscal year 2010-2011 the amount set aside was Rs. 386,620 million. And by using average trend analysis of the data of last ten years, we have the amount as Rs. 840,892 million, depicting an increase of 117.49%. Finally, Total Internal and External Resources for the last fiscal year were...
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