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Pakistan is worried about reducing growth rate and increasing inflation: World Bank

Public News: Pakistan’s economy was alarmed. After the Asian Development Bank, the World Bank also pointed out to increase economic problems. According to the World Bank, Pakistan’s concerns in reducing growth rate and increasing inflation are expected.

After the Asian Development Bank, the World Bank has also threatened Pakistan’s economy. According to the World Bank, the rate of growth in Pakistan in Pakistan has been expected to stay at least four percent of the four percent. Pakistan’s growth rate is likely to increase in two thousand twenty two. The growth rates in the fiscal year two thousand twenty two are expected to remain up to seven percent.

According to the World Bank, inflation rates in Pakistan decreased in India, Sri Lanka. The growth rate of two thousand eighteen in Pakistan had remained five percent eight percent. The rate of inflation in Pakistan has been eight percent of two in February, two percent. In December 2000, the rate of inflation was six percent of one percent. In the current fiscal year and in the next financial year, Pakistan’s

Safar Ashia recorded seven percent reduction in private investment in Pakistan. In the fiscal year, two thousand eighteen rupees will be spent in the budget of Rs. 425 crores.

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