How are the economic conditions of Pakistan in the coming days of 2022?


Pakistan is a middle-income country with a high level of per capita income. It has a young population, and its economy is the second fastest-growing in Asia. Pakistan’s economy continues to grow at an impressive rate, but it faces several challenges that could affect future growth such as inflation and energy shortages. In this article, we’ll discuss some of these issues and how they may impact Pakistan’s economy in 2022!

Pakistan – Economic Indicators

Economic indicators are the statistics that measure the economy. They are used to forecast future economic conditions and determine the health of a country’s economy. Economic indicators can also be used as an indicator of whether or not other factors are affecting their value, such as changes in interest rates and inflation rates.

Pakistan – Economic Growth and Development

The current economic situation in Pakistan is very good. The country’s economy is the 22nd largest in the world and has grown by 5% in 2018. GDP growth rate is expected to be 4.4% in 2019, 4.5% in 2020, 5% in 2021, and 5.2% per year on average over the 2021-2025 period (when we assume that oil prices will remain stable).

This means that Pakistan’s economy should have an average real growth rate of around 6%, which is well above what most other countries have achieved during their recent history or forecasted for their future development path based on current trends or assumptions about future developments.

GDP and GDP Growth Rate

GDP growth rate is the annual percentage change in the value of all final goods and services produced make within a country’s borders in a given year. It is a key indicator of economic activity, which is why it’s often used as an indicator of future economic conditions. GDP per capita (formerly called GNP) is calculated by dividing GDP by population size; thus, it can be thought of as being similar to income per person but with some important differences.

Investment (Gross Fixed)

Investment (Gross Fixed) is the total value of goods and services purchased by the government, businesses, and private households. It includes investments made in physical assets such as factories, machinery, and equipment. It also includes financial investments such as bonds issued by government banks for which interest is paid on time or at all times during their term i.e., government bonds are not expected to default like corporate bonds do if they don’t get paid back in full when due because it’s just a promise made between two parties who trust each other enough to make such an agreement together.

Inflation (CPI)

Inflation (CPI) is the rate at which the prices of goods and services are rising. In Pakistan, inflation has been increasing in recent years due to the high demand for goods and services, the devaluation of the rupee, and the high price of oil.

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) shows a rise in prices over time. It measures changes in consumer cost behavior – both within population groups as well as across different locations within Pakistan or between countries like China vs. the USA, etc.,

Budget and Government Debt

Government debt is a measure of the amount of money owed by the government. It can be measured as a percentage of GDP or total revenue.

The government’s total debt is equal to its borrowing from all sources, including other governments and private investors. This includes both public and private sector debt.

The amount owed by Pakistan’s central bank stands at Rs2 trillion ($27 billion). This includes Rs1 trillion ($12 billion) loaned directly to the state-owned National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD). Which lends money to farmers in exchange for agricultural commodities like rice or wheat produced by them; another Rs500 million loaned directly from NABARD’s reserves account; plus another 500 million rupees ($6 million) borrowed via commercial banks under various schemes such as microcredit loans.

Energy Consumption

Energy consumption is a key driver of economic growth, and Pakistan is facing high inflation. Inflation is a broad measure of the price of goods and services in an economy. It measures how much money you have to spend on things like food, rent, or electricity bills every year compared to what you had last year. The lower your inflation rate (the rate at which prices are rising), the better it is for your finances.

Exchange Rates

You should also know that exchange rates are the same for all currencies and that they change over time. The exchange rate of the Pakistani rupee is currently at Rs.105 to 1 US dollar, while the British pound is worth £1 and the Indian rupee is worth Rs.100 to 1 Japanese yen and Chinese Yuan (CNY).

In addition to these currencies, there are other important factors such as inflation rates which affect their value in relation to other currencies as well as economic conditions such as unemployment rate, etc., which can affect these values too.

Foreign Currency Reserves

Foreign currency reserves consist of foreign exchange, gold, and special drawing rights (SDRs) held by the central bank. They are used to defend the value of the domestic currency in times of crisis. Foreign currency reserves also help pay for imports when there is a shortage of funds in your country’s banking system.

The government has been working hard to increase its foreign currency reserve levels over the last few years because they believe this will give them more flexibility with regard to their finances during periods where economic growth rates may be lower than expected or higher than expected due to external.

Factors such as political instability or natural disasters like floods or earthquakes that occur outside Pakistan’s borders but still affect our economy significantly enough for us not only lose control over how much money we have available but also lose control over how much credit becomes available as well because most people who want loans want them now rather than later so if someone needs $50k right away instead of waiting until next month/quarter then they might take advantage making sure everyone knows how bad things really are before purchasing anything else besides food items which won’t help us anyway since they don’t buy anything anyway unless it’s necessary.

Money Supply (M2)

The money supply is a concept that refers to the total amount of money in circulation in an economy at a specific time. It includes currency plus demand deposits with banks or other financial institutions.

The money supply consists of two components: money held by banks and the monetary base (bank reserves). The latter includes not only cash reserves on deposit with the central bank but also deposits made by commercial banks as well as those made by individuals.

Stock Market Prices (KSE)

The KSE is the largest stock exchange in Pakistan and one of the largest in South Asia. It was established on April 2, 1943, by the government of Pakistan. The KSE is a public limited company whose shares are listed on both NASDAQ and BSE.

The Karachi Stock Exchange has been ranked as one of the top 10 stock exchanges worldwide according to Forbes magazine’s List of World’s Top 100 Banks & Financial Institutions list [3].

Pakistan is facing high inflation!

If you are a Pakistani, this is good news for you.

Pakistan faces high inflation because of the rising prices of goods and services. The government should take steps to reduce inflation by reducing taxes and increasing spending on development projects.


These are all the economic conditions indicators of Pakistan. After going through this article, you should be aware of the current economic conditions in Pakistan. The future is bright for the country as it has a huge potential and abundant resources to grow further.

By Fahad