Impact of recent devaluation on the economy

Ali, Muhammad Imtiaz
September 1996
Economic Review (05318955);Sep96, Vol. 27 Issue 9, p13
Discusses the impact on the economy of the State bank of Pakistan's devaluation of the rupee in relation to the US dollar. Factors that forced the central bank to resort to devaluation; Overview of the balance of trade; Growth in exports; Concerns with garments and knitwear market; Need for structural changes in the economy.


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