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COMPUTER PRESENTATION

presented By:

1. M.Badar Shahab (10-Ntu-5041)

2. Hassan Yaqoob (10-Ntu-5026)

3. Muhammad Mateen (10-Ntu-
5045)

4. Hafiz Farhan (10-Ntu-5023)

5. M.Abdullaha (10-Ntu-5036

presented To:
Sir Waqar Zahoor
M.BADAR SHAHAB(10-NTU-5041)

HASSAN YAQOOB(10-NTU-5026)

MUHAMMAD MATEEN(10-NTU-5045)

HAFIZ FARHAN(10-NTU-5023)

M.ABDULLAHA(10-NTU-5036)

Currency: 1pakistani rupee = 100 paisa's

Fiscal year: 1 JULY JUN30

GDP: $162 Billion (2009)

GDP Growth: 4.5% (2009)

GDP By sectors: Industries 26.8%
Agriculture19.6%

Inflation 14.17% (2009-2010)


Services

Agriculture sector

Industrial sector

Exports

Imports


Pakistan's service sector accounts for about
53.3% of GDP

Transport

Storage

Communication

Finance
25% of Pakistan's
total land area is
under cultivation

largest irrigation
systems in the
world
Employs about 44% of the labor force.


ZARAI TARAQIATI BANK LIMITED is the
largest financial institution development of
agriculture sector.


70 % population depend on agriculture.

Earns about 60 % of the total value of exports.

Overall, it meets the food needs of the population

Helps the country to development of economy

Major cash crop: Cotton, Rice, Tobacco, Fruits




Commodities Ranking
Apricot 3rd
Cotton 4th
Wheat 10th
Oranges 11
th

Onion 4th
Rice 11th
Sugarcane 5th


Industrial sector
Pakistan's industrial sector
accounts for about 24% of
GDP.

Cotton textile production
and apparel manufacturing
are Pakistan's largest
industries

Accounting for about 66% of the
merchandise exports

40% of the employed labor force




CNG INDUSTRIES

As of 2009, Pakistan is
one of the largest users
of CNG in the world

. Presently, more than
2,900 CNG stations

operating in the
country in 85 cities and
towns
TEXTILES INDUSTRIES


The Textile Industry is dominated by Punjab.

Textile exports $10.5 billion IN 2007.

Textile exports managed to increase at a very
decent growth of 16% in 2006.

Textile exports share in total export

of Pakistan 55% in 2008,



$18 billion in the financial year 2007-2008.



Pakistan produces and exports cements to Asia
and the Middle east.




Russia is a growing market for Pakistani exporters.



In 2009/2010 the export target of Pakistan was US
$20 billion


Rice

Cotton fiber

Marble

Leather goods

Defense equipment (submarines, tanks, radars)




Sports goods (renowned for footballs/soccer balls),


Electrical appliances


Carpets


IMPORTS

Pakistan's imports stood at $30.54 billion in
the financial year 2006-2007,

up by 8.22% from last year's imports of
$28.58 billion.


Pakistan's single largest import category is
Petroleum and petroleum products.

Sales tax is levied at 15% both on imports
and domestically produced products. The
income With Holding tax is levied at 6% on
imports and at 3.5% on the sales of domestic
taxpayers.

OTHER IMPORTS

Construction machinery,

Trucks,

Electronics

Computers,

Medicines,

Pharmaceutical products,

Civilian aircraft,

Defense equipment

Iron

Steel