PIDE’s Charter of the Economy
Nadeem Haque and
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Saddam Hussein: Pakistan Institute of Development Economics
No 2022:77, PIDE Knowledge Brief from Pakistan Institute of Development Economics
Despite experiencing extreme economic and political instability, Pakistan has still been unable to break with the ramshackle of its unstable development enigma. Pakistan’s economic indicators over the last seventy-two years have fluctuated widely: the sixties, the eighties, and a significant part of the 2000s registered high growth episodes (over 6.0 per cent), with low growth observed in other periods.
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