Pakistan is a low income country with uneven distribution of wealth. As a result there are two classes: rich and poor. Rich are very rich and poor are very poor. This dual economic structure, besides other implications, has resulted in low saving rates. In case of Pakistan, we cannot strictly apply the principle that with uneven distribution of income the savings rate will be high.
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Economic Challenges Faced by Pakistan - Term Paper
The Articles of Confederation established a poor government. Many problems caused the government to be weak. One major problem with the Articles of Confederation was that the government had no power to collect taxes. This effect the government, because the government couldn't get money to pay the debts the US had or even for the army. This document had just formed a weak, poor government that had no power. This made them lose resources because they wasted in pursuit of other activities that were not self sustaining.
The number of women is nearly half of the total population in Bangladesh, and an essential part of nation 's human resources. For this reason, bringing women to engage in income-generating activities have now become a major concern for the policy makers. Empowering women economically is a fundamental and unavoidable part of development dialog. Bangladesh Bank, the central bank of Bangladesh is contributing significantly to commercial banks to promote women entrepreneurship in Bangladesh. So, they would both be doing their job and also trying to help out a child in need of help.
Literacy Rates in Pakistan Literacy rates are important beyond the obvious reasons of having an educated society, as for some developing countries, the youth may represent the largest segment of the population, which predicts the future capacity of a nation. For literacy rates to improve, government expenditure on education is a key indicator for the youth to have accessible education at little to no costs, gain employment opportunities and be part of the political process of their country Unicef, Long-run Growth in Pakistan Ashoni Kumar April 26, Abstract: Growth rate of Pakistan over the past sixty years have been both impressive as well as disappointing too. The reason why the economy is recognized being impressive is because of the rapid growth rate that had its quadrupling impact over per capita income as well as reduction in the poverty. During the same span of time the country fairly performed in sustain inflation too.