European Parliament Library

Pakistan :, Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper

Abstract
The distribution of poor population in Pakistan suggests that almost 75 percent of the poor are clustered around the poverty line. The economy moved to a higher growth trajectory in the vicinity of 6–7 percent real GDP growth during FY 2002–07, and resultantly the poverty declined substantially in FY 2004/05. The productive capacity of the economy remained alien to this higher growth and new industrial capacity was hardly added to the economy. The fiscal year 2007/08 was a volatile year for Pakistan’s economy both on domestic and external fronts
Table Of Contents
""Cover""; ""Table of Contents""; ""Chapter 1 - Introduction: Challenges, opportunities and strategy""; ""Chapter 2 - Outcomes of the PRSP-I""; ""Chapter 3 - Poverty diagnostics""; ""Chapter 4 - Pillar I: Macroeconomic stability and real sector growth""; ""Chapter 5 - Pillar II: Protecting the Poor and the Vulnerable""; ""Chapter 6 - Pillar III: Increasing Productivity and Value Addition in Agriculture""; ""Chapter 7 - Pillar IV: Integrated Energy Development Programme""; ""Chapter 8 - Pillar V: Making Industry Internationally Competitive""
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Physical Description
1 online resource (410 p.)
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9781455299010

Library Locations

  • EP Library Strasbourg

    7 Place Adrien Zeller, Allée du Printemps, Strasbourg, F-67070, FR
    Borrow
  • EP Library Luxembourg

    Rue du Fort Thüngen, Luxembourg, L-1313, LU
    Borrow
  • EP Library Brussels

    60 rue Wiertz, Brussels, B-1047, BE
    Borrow