2 edition of Fiscal concessions for the development of industries in Pakistan. found in the catalog.
Fiscal concessions for the development of industries in Pakistan.
Pakistan. Ministry of Industries.
Written in English
|Contributions||Conference on Industrial Development, Karachi, 1959.|
|LC Classifications||HC440.5 .P24 1959|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||74174374|
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The fact that about one-third of Pakistan's Customs Tariff book (of more than seven hundred pages) is usually devoted to tables of specific concessions, listing eligible industries, institutions, and geographic regions, is indicative of the large extent of such concessions.
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A number of time-bound incentives and concessions, including exemption from customs duties, sales tax concessions and income tax holidays, were introduced in to promote industrial development. These incentives have been progressively withdrawn for those industries that produce for Pakistan’s domestic market but remain in place for export.
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Over the years this industry has achieved such a remarkable position in the economic development of the country that it now ranks the second biggest export-oriented industry of the country.Development spending c Exchange rate (+app/-dep) b + million US dollars SBP’s liquid reserves (end-period) b 18, 14, Workers’ remittances b 9, 9, FDI in Pakistan b 1, 1, Current account balance b-4, -7, percent of GDP Fiscal balance c Interest rates Spread b/w avg.
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