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Experts prepare report on economic priorities of IMF program

ISLAMABAD: Planning Commission economic experts have prepared report on the economic priorities in the implementation of the IMF envisaged new program. According to the report the proposed downsizing of the annual development program should not be more than 10 percent. The report comprising of setting the economic priorities relating to the envisaged implementation of the...

SAMAA | - Posted: Nov 18, 2008 | Last Updated: 12 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Nov 18, 2008 | Last Updated: 12 years ago
Experts prepare report on economic priorities of IMF program

ISLAMABAD: Planning Commission economic experts have prepared report on the economic priorities in the implementation of the IMF envisaged new program.

According to the report the proposed downsizing of the annual development program should not be more than 10 percent. The report comprising of setting the economic priorities relating to the envisaged implementation of the IMF new program would be presented to the prime minister today.

It is said in the report that the IMF program-1992 had materialized into GDP rate reeling down even below 3.5 percent and further 12 million people were relegated below the poverty line. The report of the economic expert suggested that the volume of PSDP should not be slashed below 10 percent under the implementation of IMF new program and the projects relating to agriculture, irrigation, education, health and electricity should not be hampered. GDP rate should not be allowed to go down below 4.5 percent, while national social protection program’s existing volume from Rs56 billion should be raised to Rs125 billion, said the report.

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