Pakistan's government has set a 4.8 per cent GDP growth target for the financial year starting on July 1 as the country recovers from the worst of the coronavirus pandemic, Planning Minister Asad Umar said on Friday. For the year ending next month, Pakistan has said it is on course to achieve 3.94 per cent GDP — more than double the IMF's view and roughly triple the World Bank's projection. "This growth is an indicator that the revival that has started is continuing its momentum," Umar told a news conference in Islamabad. The government has met with ...
Pakistan govt sets 4.8% GDP growth target for next financial year
Pakistan has also revised down its GDP data for the financial year that ended last June to show a contraction of 0.47 per cent from one of 0.38 per cent
Reuters Last Updated at May 29, 2021 00:59 IST