Financing the Second Five Year Plan

Azizur Rahman Khan


The purpose of this paper is to indicate some of the problems
involved in financing Pakistan's Second Five Year Plan. The Plan sets
out the objective of increasing the gross national product by 20 per
cent. The cost of this growth rate has been estimated at Rs. 19,000
million of investment expenditure over the Plan period, Rs. 9,750
million in the public sector, Rs. 3,250 million in the semi-public
sector, and Rs. 6,000 million in the private sector.1 This is a large
investment programme with per

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