Monthly Economic Update & Outlook (July 2021)
Despite significant challenges, all economic indicators are looking good in FY21, fiscal deficit reduced to 4.6% of GDP down from 5.8% of GDP last year, primary balance remained in surplus throughout this year.
Everytime I visit Planning Ministry, I see a great emphasis on long term planning and max utilisation of PSDP allocations
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#IMF revises up Pakistan’s real #GDP growth rate to 3.9%
Projections are revised up due to robust activity.
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Great News as Pakistan's foreign exchange reserves crossed USD 25 billion mark for the first time in country's history.
The total foreign reserves held by Pakistan stood at USD 25.13 billion after the week ended on July 16.
#PakistanMovingForward with Prime Minister’s special development funds for projects in even the most neglected regions of past (Balochistan, GB and interior Sindh) and especially for the City of Lights, Karachi. @Asad_Umar shares how our govt has spent more than target allocationpic.twitter.com/7nJ1aYa6us
@AsimSiddiqPTi on #PakistanMovingForward! These are the reasons we are winning all Elections. #SialkotBhiKaptaanKahttps://twitter.com/asimsiddiqpti/status/1419947329700904971 …
@sshabdali on the economic indicators comparison between PTI, PPP and PMLN terms. PTI has revived the economy; most of the economic indicators going upwards under the leadership of PM Imran Khan! #PakistanMovingForward https://twitter.com/sshabdali/status/1418535136841420805 …
"Pakistan’s import and export activities geared up to multi-year high in the fiscal year ended June 30 in the wake of government policies to ramp up economic activities to get out of the Covid-19 pandemic stress."