Pakistan: Selected Issues and Statistical Appendix
International Monetary Fund, Jan 11, 2001 - Business & Economics - 182 pages
This Selected Issues paper analyzes Pakistan's tax reform and revenue performance. The paper assesses the nature and magnitude of Pakistan's actual twin debt problem in a historical context, and reviews the policy options. The study highlights the factors explaining the recent stagnation in merchandise exports, and analyzes the country's export performance with regard to the linkages between performance and the structure of exports. The paper reviews a survey of poverty in Pakistan, and also provides a statistical appendix report of the country.
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I Tax Reform and Revenue Performance
II Debt and Debt Sustainability Issues in Pakistan
III Perspectives on Pakistans Export Performance
IV A Survey of Poverty in Pakistan
Statistical Appendix Tables
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amortization average balance of payments Balochistan Bank of Pakistan Bearer Certiﬁcates budget budgetary capital Chart commodity composition compared cotton current foreign exchange debt dynamics debt problems debt service burden debt stock debt-to-GDP ratio Decline Decline deﬁcits deﬁned developing countries domestic public debt expenditure export performance external debt factors Federal ﬁnancial ﬁnancing ﬁrst ﬂows foreign currency deposits foreign exchange receipts Fund growth rates growth-adjusted real interest guaranteed external debt household imports income tax increase inﬂows interest payments Islamabad market share analysis Memorandum items millions of Pakistan Ministry of Finance Overall Pakistan rupees percent of GDP period petroleum Poverty in Pakistan poverty line poverty rate Prel primary balance primary gap private debt Private sector proﬁt Provincial public and publicly public debt Public sector real interest rates reﬂected rural signiﬁcant Source surcharge sustainability Table tariff textile total exports trend U.S. dollars withholding taxes World Bank