Proceedings of a conference, held in Lahore, 1991, organised by the Lahore University of Management Sciences.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Anjum Nasim.|
|Contributions||Nasim, Anjum, 1950-, Lahore University of Management Sciences.|
|LC Classifications||HC440.5 .F55 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxi, 631 p. :|
|Number of Pages||631|
|LC Control Number||93930338|
: Financing Pakistan's Development in the s (): Nasim, Anjum: BooksCited by: Pakistan - Competitiveness and Growth Development Policy Financing Project (English) Abstract. The development objective of the Competitiveness and Growth Development Policy Financing Project for Pakistan will be structured around two development objectives and pillars, (i) improving the business environment, and (ii) enhancing fiscal management. Pakistani economy grew at a fairly impressive rate of 6 percent per year through the first four decades of the nation's existence. In spite of rapid population growth during this period, per capita incomes doubled, inflation remained low and poverty declined from 46% down to 18% by late s, according to eminent Pakistani economist Dr. Ishrat Husain. Although access to financing in Pakistan is expanding quickly, it is two to four times lower than regional benchmarks. Half of Pakistani adults, mostly women, do not engage with the financial system at all, and only 14 percent have access to formal services. Credit for small- and medium-size enterprises is rationed by the financial by:
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