New Delhi: After the Central Government has taken a decision on Kashmir, Pakistan is badly furious. The threat of nuclear war keeps coming from there. But Pakistan's economic health says something else. Pakistan's economy has stalled badly. For Pakistan, standing at the threshold of the Bengali due to debt burden, there is a lot of problem of basic things like inflation, unemployment, electricity, water, and roads.
As of the end of 2018, according to World Bank data, Pakistan's GDP was 254 billion. India's GDP was 28.4 trillion ($ 2.84 trillion) in this period. This means India's economy is 11 times more than Pakistan. If India grows at the rate of seven percent in 2019, then this figure will reach 200 billion and above in a financial year, which is 80 percent of Pakistan's GDP in 2018. The GDP of Pakistan at present was that of India, 1975, 44 years ago.
Pakistan's economy is growing at an average rate of 4.3 percent. According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) data, Pakistan's GDP growth rate in 2019 and 2020 will be less than three percent. Pakistan's economy has undergone many ups and downs. In Pakistan, which is facing a financial crisis, the prices of things are increasing rapidly. The Pakistani rupee has also broken against the dollar. In these conditions, the Gidarbhakki of Pakistan can be understood.
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