Economic Indicators

0 | 32842 0 | 24037 0 | 21973 0 | 21006 0 | 9708 0 | 8663 0 | 6810 0 | 5122 0 | 8834 0 | 9759 0 | 6708 0 | 4877 0 | 3480 0 | 2168 0 | 1119 0 | 870 0 | 943 0 | 675 0 | 587 0 | 1057 0 | 853 2016 | 47807 2015 | 34399 2014 | 29653 2013 | 14988 2012 | 13801 2011 | 12496 2010 | 9722 2009 | 7162 2008 | 12289 2007 | 13772 2006 | 9989 2005 | 7450 2004 | 5279 2003 | 3402 2002 | 1770 2001 | 1366 2000 | 1521 1999 | 1055 1998 | 880 1997 | 1566 1996 | 1703

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Capital Market

Capital Market Indicators

Capital market is a market where debt and equity instruments are bought and sold. Pakistani capital market consists of KSE, LSE and ISE or combinely Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX).
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Financial Market

Financial Market Indicators

Financial market is a market where financial instruments are bought and sold. Pakistani financial market consists of commercial banks and other financial companies regulated by State Bank of Pakistan (SBP).
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National Economy

Major Contributors to our economy

See how Agriculture, Service and Industry are contributing to our economy.
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National Debt

Sources and Composition of Our Debt

Government debt is the amount owed by the government to other governments, national and internation agencies or public.
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Foreign Investment

Historical Data of Foreign Direct Investment

A foreign direct investment (FDI) is an investment in the form of a controlling ownership in a business in one country by an entity based in another country.[1] It is thus distinguished from a foreign portfolio investment by a notion of direct control.
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GNI/GDP

Gross National Income and Gross Domestic Product

Gross domestic product (GDP) is the monetary value of all the finished goods and services produced within a country's borders in a specific time period. Gross National Income (GNI) is the total domestic and foreign output claimed by residents of a country.
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National Accounts

Financial, Current and Capital Accounts etc.

National Accounts include Financial, Current and Capital accounts and together they form Balance of Payment. Financial accounts refer to the claims of foreign entities regarding financial assets. Current accounts refer to the net of trade or transaction with rest of the world. Finally any change in assets is reflected in Capital accounts.
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Imports/Exports

Various Analysis of Imports/Exports

Imports are the products manufactured outside Pakistan and purchased within Pakistan while exports are the domestically manufactured products which are sold outside Pakistan.
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Production

Production Analysis

Agriculture production includes food, livestock and fertilizer. In addition Pakistan also produces Fisheries from sea, rivers and farms.
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Employment

Various Analysis of (Un)Employment

Employment is a major social and economical development indicator. Unemployment causes civil unrest and crimes. Employment results in more consumption and demand, hense increased supply/production and economic development.
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Labor

Labor Force of Pakistan

Labor force refers to the part of population available for work.
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Inflation

Historical Data of Inflation

Inflation means increase in price of goods and services.
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Population

Various Analysis of Population

Population refers to the number of people permanently residing in Pakistan.
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Women

Women Empowerment

Women empowerment and gender equality is a hot debate topic of this century. It was during world war that they discovered that women are capable of doing anything men can do, as due to manpower shortage women replaced men in every area successfuly.
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Civil Unrest

Natural Disasters, Conflict, and Human Rights

Peace is a major indicator of enocomic growth and prosperity. It is both cause and result of good economic and social conditions.
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Electricity

Production and Consumption of Electricity

Electricity is the most important product for economic development. Without electricity industry and businesses cannot work. Pakistan suffered a great deal of economic loss due to shortage of electricity specially in the textile sector.
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USD/PKR

US Dollar vs Pak Rupee

Our dependence on USD made USD/PKR a mojor indicator of Pakistani economy. For one, it shows appreciation/depreciation of currency and inflation which are both important parts of economy.
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Red Tapes

Hurdles Caused by Government

Red tape refers to excessive bureaucracy or adherence to official rules and formalities. It results in corruption and delay in work.
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Taxes

Taxes Collected by Government

Taxes are the main source of ravenue for Governments. They are (meant to be) used for social walfare and economic grouwth of the nation.
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National Capacity

Various Areas of National Capacity

National Capacity in a specific area means the ability of the country to acheive desired results in that area.
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