Posted by : Ahsan Khan Wednesday, 2 November 2011



ECONOMIC SURVEY OF PAKISTAN

(SOME OTHER SOURCES ARE ALSO INCLUDED)

On 04th June 2010 Ministry of Finance presented Economic Survey of Pakistan in National Assembly for the Fiscal Year 2009-10.
On 03rd June 2011 Ministry of Finance presented Economic Survey of Pakistan in National Assembly for the Fiscal Year 2010-11.

(01)                 GROWTH AND INVESTMENT

S. #

PARTICULARS
2009-2010
2010-2011

01

Value of GDP (In Billions Rs.)
14,837
18,063

02

Value of GNP (fc) (in Million Rs.)
1,44,14,104

03
Total Revenue as % of GDP
14.2%
14.3%
04
Total Expenditure as % of GDP
18%
20.5%
05
Total Expenditure (Public & Admin) as of GDP
6.3%

06
Real Per Capita Growth Rate
3.7%
0.7%
07
Per Capita Income (mp – US$)
1073
1254
08
Total Investment of GDP
16.6%
13.4%
09
Domestic Saving of GDP
16.3%
9.5%
10
Interest payment on Domestic Debts
814,400

11
Tax Collected by FBR (Rs. Trillion)
1.327
1.667
12
Real GDP Growth Rate of Pakistan
4.1%
2.4%
13
Direct Tax of GDP (Rs. Million)
5,65,600

14
Indirect Tax of GDP (Rs. Million)
8,14,400

15
Growth Rate of World Economy
4.2%

16
Growth Rate of Euro Zone
1.7%
1.6%
17
Growth Rate of USA
2.8%
2.8%
18
Growth Rate of Malaysia
7.2%
5.5%
19
Growth Rate of UDCs


20
Growth Rate of India
10.4%
8.2%
21
Growth Rate of Pakistan


22
Growth Rate of Bangladesh
6.0%
6.3%
23
Growth Rate of China
10.3%
9.6%
24
Growth Rate of KSA
3.7%
7.5%
25
Growth Rate of Kuwait
5.3%
2.0%
26
Growth Rate of South Africa
2.8%
3.5%
27
Growth Rate of Banking Sector


28
Insurance & Finance Growth
-11.3%
-6.3%
29
Growth Rate of Electricity & Gas
17.7%
-21.1%
30
Growth Rate of Dwelling
3.5%
1.8%
31
National Saving of GDP
13.8%

32
Growth Rate of (CPS)
3.6%

33
CPS to GDP


34
Growth Rate of Mining
2.2%
0.4%
35
Fixed Investment in Private Sector
-3.5%

36
Gross Fixed Capital Formation Rate
-0.6%

37
GDP Deflator Growth Rate
11.5%


(02)                 AGRICULTURAL SECTOR

S. #

PARTICULARS
2009-2010
2010-2011
01
Cropped area (million hectares) (About 28% of Pakistan’s Area)
23.8
23.7
02
Growth Rate
2%
1.2%
03
Contribution to GDP
21.5%
20.9%
04
Major Crops Growth Rate
-0.2%
-4.0%
05
Minor Crops Growth Rate
-1.2%
4.1%
06
Employs labour force
24.6 mln

07
Labour Force Employed
45.7%
45.0%
08
Production of Cotton (Bales)
12.7
11.5
09
Production of Wheat (In mln Tons)
23.9
24.2
10
Production of Rice (In mln Tons)
6.9
4.8
11
Production of Sugarcane (Tons)
49.4
55
12
Growth Rate of Forests
2.2%
-0.4
13
Forest Area (of total area)
4.21%
5.11%
14
Growth Rate of Livestock
4.1%
3.7%
15
Total Credit Disbursed to Agricultural Sector (in billion Rs.)
166.3
168.7
16
Credit by ZTBL (in million Rs.)
48,987
37.4
17
Credit to Agriculture Sector by Commercial Banks (in Million Rs.)
85,177
93.3
18
Use of Fertilizer (000N/Tonnes)
3426
3054
19
Decrease in the Import of Fertilizer

50.4
20
Water logged land


21
Growth rate of Fisheries
1.4%
1.9
22
Improved seed distribution (000 Tonnes)
306

23
Water used in Agriculture Sector as of Total Water
69%

24
Imports of food group, of total imports

35.4%
25
Exports of food group, of total exports

17.0%

Credit issued to agriculture sector by domestic private banks (in million Rs.)
28.6
33.6

Food Group share to total imports

35.4%

Food Group share to total exports

17.0%

(03)                 INDUSTRIAL SECTOR

S. #

PARTICULARS
2009-2010
2010-2011
01
Growth Rate
4.9%
1.7%
02
Contribution to GDP
25.2%
25.8%
03
Labour Force Employed
13%
13.2%
04
Manufacturing Sector to GDP
18.5%

05
Growth Rate of LSM
4.4%

06
Production of Cotton Yarn Growth Rate
-1.76

07
Population engage (of labour force)
7 mln

08
Capacity of Fertilizer Production (‘000’ N/Tons)(off-take)(Jul-Mar)


09
Fall in Textile production


10
Consumption of Petroleum Products (Tonnes 000)
13,937

11
Consumption Gas (mcf mln)
959475

12
Consumption of Electricity (GWH)
54653

13
Consumption of Coad (MT 000)
4822

14
Growth rate of Cement Industry


15
Increase in Cement Exports


16
Fall in Production of Pakistan Steel


17
Growth Rate of SSM
7.5%

18
Growth rate of Minerals


19
Minerals to GDP



Contribution of textile to total exports

62.0%

Growth rate of manufacturing sector
5.5%
3.0%
37
Crude Oil Extraction (mln barrels)
17.9
18.1
38
Gas Supply (MCF)
1109.4
1109.9
39
Electricity Installed Capacity (000 MW)
19.7
20.7

(04)                 SERVICES SECTOR

S. #

PARTICULARS
2009-2010
2010-2011
01
Growth Rate
4.6%
4.1%
02
Labour Force Employed
13.7%

03
Share to GDP
53.3%
53.3%

(05)                 PUBLIC SECTOR

S. #

PARTICULARS
2009-2010
2010-2011

01

Total value of Federal Budget
Rs.2462 billion

02

Current Expenditure (Rs. Million)
22,60,963

03

Development Expenditure (Rs. Million)
6,06,000

04
Total Revenue are Budgeted (Rs)


05
Total Public Debt (Rs. bln)
8935
10020
06
Public Debts of GDP
60.2%
55.5%
07
Interest Payment of GDP
4.3%
3.9%
08
Net Govt. Sector Borrowings (in billion Rs.)
397.6
614.2
09
Domestic Debts in billion rupees
4658.3
5462.2
10
Interest on Domestic Debt (in Billion Rs.) (46% of total revenue)
640.2

11
Budget Deficit Target of GDP
4.9%

12
Budget Deficit of GDP
5.2%
5.3%
13
Total Public Expenditure (in Rs. million)
17,23,863

14
Defense Spending (Rs. mln)
3,42,913

16
Tax Revenue of GDP
8.9%
9.2%
17
Fiscal Deficit (July-March)


18
FBR tax collection target (Rs. bln)
1667
1588
20
Increase in Net Domestic Assets (Rs. Billions)


21
Interest Expenditures (Rs. mln)
6,47,104

22
Current Expenditures as % of Total Expenditures
78.6

23
Development Expenditures as % of Total Expenditures
21.1

24
Defence Expenditures as % of Total Expenditures
17.2

25
Debts services as % of Total Expenditures
27.1


Net domestic Assets (in billion rupees)
487.6
492.6

Net foreign Assets (increase of bln Rs)
31.8
184.6

(06)                 FOREIGN SECTOR

S. #

PARTICULARS
2009-2010
2010-2011
01
Terms of Trade (Base Year 1990-91 = 100)
54.91
59.3
02
Foreign Debt & Liabilities of GDP
31.1%

03
Foreign Debt & Liabilities
$ 53.9 bln
$ 59.5 bln
04
Foreign Debt Services  (billion $)
 5.8
7.8
05
Foreign Remittances (3rd Largest Source of Forex)
$ 6.5 bln
$ 11.2 bln
06
Foreign Investment (Decreased)
45%
28.7%
07
Foreign Investment (July-April)
$ 1.897 bln
$ 1.232 bln
08
Current Account Deficit (of GDP)
5.6%

09
Total Export (July-March) (→Total)
$ 14.16  bln
$ 24 bln
10
Total Imports (July- March)
$ 25.11  bln
$ 32.3 bln
11
Deficit (July- March)
$ 10.95  bln

12
Forex Reserves (April) ($ bln)
15.709
17.1
13
Foreign Direct Investment (1st 10 months)


14
Portfolio Investment ($ mln)


15
Overall Growth Rate of Exports (July-April)


16
External Debts and Liabilities (End March) ($ bln)
54.235


Outstanding Credit of IMF
$ 8.1 bln
$ 8.9 bln

Outstanding Credit of Paris Club
$ 14 bln
$ 15.1 bln

External Debts as of GDP
30.8%
27.7%

Current accounts Suprlus (0.3% of GDP)
$ -3456 mln
$ 748 mln





(07)                 POPULATION AND LABOUR

S. #

PARTICULARS
2009-2010
2010-2011
01
Total Population (Estimated) (1st July)
(Male 51% and Female 49%)
173.5 mln
177.1 mln
02
Population Growth Rate
2.05
2.1
03
Position in Most Populous Nations
6th

04
Expenditure to Reduce Poverty (Rs. bln) (BISP)
70

05
Population Below Poverty Line
21%

06
Life Expectancy (Male) (Years)
65.4
67.9
07
Life Expectancy (Female) (Years)
63.6
64.18
08
Total Labour Force (mln)
53.82
54.92
09
Labour Force as of Total Population
91.46 mln

10
Employed Labour Force (mln)
50.79
51.87
11
Unemployed Labour Force (mln)
2.93
3.05
12
Un-Employment Rate
5.5%
5.6%
13
Under-Employment Rate
16%

14
Disguised-Unemployment
20%

15
Employers of Total Population
1.2%
1.3%
16
20 % Rich Population control National Resources (2004-05)
50.02%

17
20 % Poor Population Control National Resources (2004-05)
6.37%

19
Working age population (abouve10 years) (mln)
121.01

20
Working population


21
Depending population


22
Women Labour Force
11.81
12.48
23
Men Labour Force
41.91
42.44
24
Urban Population (mln)
63.05
65.3
25
Rural Population (mln)
109.07
111.8

Women taking active part in economic activities

29%

(08)                 HEALTH

S. #

PARTICULARS
2009-2010
2010-2011
01
Expenditure on Health of GDP
0.54%
0.23%
02
Expenditure on Health Sector
Rs. 79 bln
Rs. 42 bln
03
Number of Hospitals
968
972
04
Number of Rural Health Centers
572

05
Number of Basic Health Units
5345
5344
06
Number of Dispensaries
4813
4842
07
Number of MBBS Doctors
139555
144901
08
One Doctor for Persons
1183
1222
09
Number of Nurses
69313
73244
10
One Nurse for Persons
2369

11
Number of Dentists
9822
10508
12
One Dentists for Persons
16814
16854
13
Total Fertility Rate (Per Thousand)
3.7%
3.5%
14
Crude Death Rate (Per Thousand)
7.6%
7.3%
15
Crude Birth Rate (Per Thousand)
28.4
27.5
16
Infant mortality rate (Per 000)
73.5
63.3
17
Lady Health Visitors (LHVs)
10731


Midwives

27153
18
Hospital Beds
103708
104137
19
One Hospital Bed for persons
1530
1701
20
Number of TB Centers
293
304

Life Expectancy (Years)

67.2

(09)                 EDUCATION

S. #

PARTICULARS
2009-2010
2010-2011
01
Literacy Rate (above 10 years)
57%
57.7%
02
Expenditure on Education of GNP
2.0%
1.8%
03
Educational Institutes


04
Number of Primary Schools (000)
156.4
157
05
Enrolment(000)
18,715
19022
06
Number of Teachers(000)
469.2
470
07
Number of Middle Schools (000)
41.5
41.8
08
Enrolment(000)
5445
5525
09
Number of Teachers(000)
323.8
337.5
10
Number of High Schools (000)
24.8
25.2
11
Enrolment(000)
2700
2658
12
Number of Teachers(000)
447.1
455.2
13
Technical & Vocational Institutes (000)
3193
3230
14
Enrolment(000)
274

15
Number of Teachers
15,508

16
Arts & Science Colleges (000)
3399

17
Enrolment(000)
1148

18
Number of Teachers (000)
78,656

19
Degree Colleges (000)
1.4
1.6
20
Enrolment
542
620
21
Number of Teachers
30.8
35.7
22
Number of Universities
132

23
Enrolment (000)
936
1105
24
Number of Teachers
57.8
63.5
25
Overall Enrolment


26
Teaching Staff


27
Number of Technical & Vocational Institutes (T. & V. I.)
(1140 Public & 382 Private)


28
Total Agricultural Institutions
16


Overall Number of Institutions (mln)
228.4
229

(10)                 INFLATION

S. #

PARTICULARS
2009-2010
2010-2011
01
Rate of Inflation (CPI)
13.3%
14.1%
02
Core Inflation
11.17%
9.5%
03
Food Inflation
14.5%
18.4%
04
Non-Food Inflation
12.2%
10.4%
05
Inflation in August 2008


06
Inflation in April 2009


07
CPI Inflation (July-May)
11.64%


Rate of Inflation (SPI)
12.9%
17.9%

Rate of Inflation (WPI)
12.2%
23.2%

(11)                 MONEY & BANKING

S. #

PARTICULARS
2009-2010
2010-2011
01
Growth Rate of Finance & Insurance
-3.6%

02
Statutory Liquidity Rate


03
Cash Reserve Ratio


04
Discount Rate


05
Monetary Expansion (Rs. mln)
309652

06
Growth rate of Reserve Money


07
Money Supply Growth Rate (M-2)
8.9%
11.7%
08
Currency Issued (Rs. mln)
1359776

09
Currency Held by SBP (Rs. mln)
2550

10
Currency in tills of Schedule Banks (Rs. mln)
80014

11
Schedule Banks Total Deposits (Rs. mln) 
4163660

12
Growth Rate of Monetary Assets
6%

13
Public Sector Borrowing (Rs. mln)
2206152

14
Non Govt. Sectors Borrowing (Rs. mln)
3425323

15
Finance & Insurance to GDP
5.4%

16
Govt. Borrowing form Banking System (Rs. bln) (Up to 11 June)
441.186

17
Private sector Borrowing form banks (Rs. bln) (Up to 11 June)
75.582

18
Average Lending Rate (End April)
13.30%

19
Average Deposit Rate (End April)
6.03%


Growth Rate of Reserve Money (May)
13.6%
17.1%

(12)                 STOCK MARKET

S. #

PARTICULARS
2009-2010
2010-2011
01
Number of Stock Exchanges
3

02
KSE-100 Index Growth Rate
32.8%

03
KSE-100 Index (Points) (26 April)
10,556,

04
 KSE 100-Share Index Fluctuations (As on 07 July)
 9789.69

05
KSE-100 Index (Points) (As on 30 June)
9721.9
11599.3
06
KSE-100 Index (Points) (As on 05 July, 2008)
9637.97

07
Aggregate MKT Capitalization (11 July) (Rs. Bln)
2736.6

08
KSE-100 Index (Points) (As on 30 June)
9702.03

09
Listed Companies in KSE on 31st March 2010. (Paid up capital Rs.894.2 bln)
650

10
New Companies in KSE
8

11
Funds of KSE (Rs. bln)
98.7

12
Turnover of Shares in KSE
33.7 bln

13
Listed Companies in LSE
512

14
New Companies in LSE
5

15
Funds of LSE (Rs. bln)
92.4

16
Turnover of Shares in KSE
2.7

17
Listed Companies in ISE
242

18
New Companes in ISE
1

19
Funds of ISE (Rs. bln)
61.7

20
Turnover of Shares in ISE
0.2


(13)                 TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATION

S. #

PARTICULARS
2009-2010
2010-2011
01
Total Length of Roads (KM)
2,59,618
2,59,463
02
High Type Roads (KM)
1,79,290
1,80,866
03
Low Type Roads (KM)
80,328
78,597
04
Growth Rate of Roads
4%

05
Road Transport Carry of Total Passengers
92%

06
Road Transport Carry of Total Freight
96%

07
National Highways & Motorway Carry of Total Traffic
90%

08
Motorway as of Total Roads (10,849 km)
4.2%

09
Total Registered Motor Vehicles on road (in million)
9.8
10.4
10
Earning of Railways (in billion Rs.) (July-March)
22.269
13.06
11
Railways Route (KM)
7,791

12
Number of Passengers Carried (in million) by PR
65

13
Freight Carried (Billion Tons) by PR
7.2

14
Number of Locomotives
551

15
Freight Wagons
17,259

16
Population Using Mobile (mln)
97.6

17
Foreign Investment in Telecom (Dec)
$ 373.6 mln
$ 111.2 mln
18
Employees in T & C Sector
6%
5.2%
19
Total CNG Stations
3,116
3,329
20
Total Vehicles Using CNG
2.0 mln
2.5 mln
21
Pakistan in the Most CNG Using Countries of World
1st

22
Transportation, Storage & Communication to GDP
10.2%

23
Labour Force engaged (Transport)
6%

24
Cellular Mobile Subscribers
96.2 mln
104.1 mln
25
Internet Subscribers


26
Post Offices (000)
12.3
12
27
Telephones (mln)
3.5
3.2
28
Growth rate of T & C and Storage

3.5
29
Share to GDP


30
Share to Fixed Investment (Transport)


31
Telecommunication to FBR 


32
Growth Rate of Telecom Sector
2.43%

33
Cellular Share to Telecom
94%

34
Cellular Growth Rate
2%

35
Telecom’s Revenue (Rs. bln)
333.809
357.712
36
Transport & Communication Growth
4.5%

40
Use of Gas as a CNG (mmcft)
71,225.0


Investment in Telecom Sector

$1137.5mln


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