Pakistan’s economic snapshot, September – October 2013

Economic Snapshot SeptemberA typical trademark for elected governments is setting ambitious targets and making tall promises, without factoring in prevailing constraints of the economy. The evident outcome of such fallacies is a gap between expectation and performance leading to a trust deficit over the ruling elite of a democratic system. It seems like in recent tenures of political governments every successive one sets a deadline of 100 days for its economic goals, like the resolution of the power crises, circular debt, and uncertainty due to a worsening law and order situation. But what we see instead in the first 100 days is rapid rise of inflation.

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