Economy of Pakistan

Pakistan Economy registers a six to seven percent economic growth with its foreign direct investment escalating day by day. Pakistan , from the time of its independence started with a purely agricultural economy. But soon its industrial wing gathered momentum and soon Pakistan became the role model world over.

It is one among the growing economies of the World. The economic potentiality of the country is better judged only when we mark the positive growth rate of the economy since 1951.

The country has a total surface area of 796.1 thousand sq mi.

The Infant Mortality rate (per 1,000 life births) in the country was 74.3 in the year 2003.
Under 5 mortality rate (per 1,000 children) was 98 in the year 2003.
The adult male literacy rate (% of males ages 15 and above) was 61.7 in the year 2004.
The adult female literacy rate (% of females ages 15 and above) was 35.2 in the year 2004.

Pakistan Economy And Key Economic Indicators

The Gross National Income, Atlas method of the country (Current US $) has reached 90.7 billions in the year 2004. The GNI percapita Atlas method (Current US $) in the country was 600.0 in 2004.

The Gross Domestic Product (Current $) in the country was 96.1 billions in the year 2004 with an annual growth rate of 6.4 percent in the same year.

The average annual growth rate of GDP for the country is estimated at 6.5 percent for the period of 2005-09.

The following graph shows the annual average growth rate of the GDP in the economy.


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