Pakistan’s economic landscape

Farhan Rizvi

FY21 closed on a positive promising recovery of 3.9% and the government is now targeting 5% growth ahead which has become evident after vaccines were rolled out, coupled with the continuation of stable economic activity during the last COVID19 waves. The agricultural sector is being provide and impetus as the government seeks to enhance output by providing better seed varieties ad modern technology More specifically the cotton output has grown at an extremely faster pace to recover from the multi-year low recorded in FY21. Read More…

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