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Next Copyright © by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company Chapter 25 Geography A Region of Contrasts Human Geography of South Asia: Both South Asia’s.

Next Previous Geography Chapter 25 Struggling Economies {continued} Small Industry Neither country is highly industrialized − small factories lack capital, resources, markets to expand Both export cotton clothes; Pakistan exports wool, leather goods Microcredit policy allows small loans to poor entrepreneurs − entrepreneurs—people who start and build businesses − small businesses join together to get microloans − program raises standards of living, especially for women Copyright/


Industrialisation in Pakistan  INTRODUCTION  First during the era of Ayub Khan focus was made on converting mercantile economy into industrial economy.

private sector investing in sophisticated intermediate goods and capital goods industries under the neoliberal development models focusing on market economy – liberalisation, deregulation and privatisation. Industrialisation in Pakistan  Industrialisation as pillar of Pakistan’s development strategy  Constructing the industrial base.  At the time of partition, Pakistan was industrially barren.   It had rudimentary textile mills, an oil refinery and some capacity in sugar refining, tea processing and/


PAKISTAN & BANGLEDESH. New Countries, Ancient Lands - The Indus Valley civilization was one of the world’s first civilizations arose around 2500 B.C.

. -The government has tried to modernize farming methods, but many farmers still follow traditional ways. STRUGGLING ECONOMIES -Climate also hinders crop yields. -Large areas of Pakistan are arid and Bangladesh is affected by seasonal monsoons and cyclones. -The most productive farming areas of Pakistan are the irrigated portions of the Indus Valley where farmers grow enough cotton and rice to allow for export and produce wheat/


INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL SECURITY THREATS TO PAKISTAN The term security is often observed in the narrow-minded context, rarely do we go into the conceptual.

refugees in drug trafficking. They had free access to drugs like heroin that they smuggled through the borders into Pakistan. This made all these drugs easily accessible to the local society, which, resulted in increase of drug addiction. Economy of Pakistan is deeply affected by the refugees as well. In the early 80’s the amount spent on these refugees per day crossed well over/


Jan 18, 2015 Lahore.  In USA employees fewer than Five hundreds (500) are considered as SMEs.  In case of European Union, businesses having less than.

up to Rs. 250 million and annual turnover of Rs. 250 million.  In any economy, the role of SME sector is considered as the engine of growth, employment and income distribution, ultimately leading towards poverty reduction. They nurture entrepreneurship and innovation. The contribution of the Pakistani SME sector to total GDP of Pakistan is around 30%, employing more than 70% of the countries non-agricultural labor force, contributing/


Budget Transparency: Better for Democracy Better for the Economy Launch of Open Budget Survey 2015 © Verité Research 2015.

Budget Transparency: Better for Democracy Better for the Economy Launch of Open Budget Survey 2015 © Verité Research 2015 39 /100 69 /102 Score Rank Open Budget Survey : Sri Lanka Sri Lanka falls/Sri Lanka 64 Sri Lanka & India 67 India 68 Bangladesh 56 Pakistan 51 India 60 Afghanistan 59 India 46 Sri Lanka 47 Nepal 43 Bangladesh 48 Bangladesh & Pakistan 58 Pakistan 43 Bangladesh 40 Bangladesh 42 Nepal 45 Afghanistan 42 Nepal 30 Pakistan 38 Pakistan 38 Sri Lanka 46 Sri Lanka 39 Afghanistan 8 Afghanistan 21 /


Chapter 22 South Asia and the Middle East Nations of South Asia Forces Shaping the Modern Middle East Nation Building in the Middle East: Three Case Studies.

. Bhutto daughter will be elected leader  By 1999 – Muslim fundamentalists demanded Pakistan take control of disputed territory of Kashmir (between India and Pakistan)  Widespread corruption and economic woes plague government  Military will “dismiss” civilian government, suspended constitution to “save the country”. Promised to reform the economy, end corruption and restore a stable government Pakistan & Bangladesh ◦ECONOMY ◦ Moved to improve agr. –distibuted lands, new crops, irrigation ◦ Built dams/


Next Copyright © by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company Chapter 25 Geography A Region of Contrasts Human Geography of South Asia: Both South Asia’s.

Next Previous Geography Chapter 25 Struggling Economies {continued} Small Industry Neither country is highly industrialized − small factories lack capital, resources, markets to expand Both export cotton clothes; Pakistan exports wool, leather goods Microcredit policy allows small loans to poor entrepreneurs − entrepreneurs—people who start and build businesses − small businesses join together to get microloans − program raises standards of living, especially for women Copyright/


Energy Crisis In Pakistan

,rehan,junaid,ubaid,ansaar,sami Contents Introduction. Objective. Energy Resources Of Pakistan. Causes of Energy Crisis. Recommendations. Conclusion. Biblography. INTRODUCTION Energy Crisis in Pakistan is one of the severe challenges the country is facing today. Electricity, gas, water , fuel is essential part of our daily life and its outage has severely affected the economy and overall living of ours. Thousands have lost their jobs, businesses; our daily life/


South Asia.

-capitalist system by the 1980s Economic nationalism Self-sufficiency policy Liberalization of economy since the early 1990s Privatization of state-owned industries Deregulation Internationalization Global linkages High levels of social welfare in the south Sri Lanka, Maldives, southwestern India Low levels of social welfare in the north Pakistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, northern India The status of women Women has a very low social position in both the/


ROLE OF IPRs IN BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT OF SMEs ZAHOOR AHMAD (Patent Examiner) IPO-Pakistan Regional Office Lahore IN THE NAME OF ALLAH, THE MOST BENEFICENT,

IP system as many studies show due to: –Lack of awareness of the IP system and its usefulness –Perceived high costs and complexity –Lack of easily accessible assistance IPO-Pakistan 5 Intellectual Property in Today’s Economy IPO-Pakistan 6 IBM earns over US$ 1 billion a year from patent licensing revenues. Over 80% of the market value of Microsoft derives from its intangible assets, especially its intellectual/


11 Revenue Collection & Sustenance of State and Economy of Pakistan Comments on Federal Budget 2011-2012 Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan.

of State and Economy of Pakistan Comments on Federal Budget 2011-2012 Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan June 10, 2011 Syed Shabbar Zaidi Partner A F Ferguson &Co 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Concentration on Non Issue Economic Inequality and Rebellion Misnomers About IMF/WTO Free Markets Duty Differential Raj Estimated Collection & Expected / Actual Shortfall Inequitable Distribution of/ Ishrat Hussain explained the matter in his book “Pakistan the Economy of an Elitist State”. Our problem is very simple/


Issues in public administration MPA 509 Impact of Energy Crisis on Development 1.

IN INTERNATIONAL MARKET 9 Energy crisis badly effects Education Great effect on Industries Effects on Economy 10 Higher electricity prices Effect on agriculture Unemployment increases 11 12 Power crisis of Pakistan 13 Contents Demand of electricity Supply of electricity Shortfall of electricity Dams Other methods to produce electricity 14 Demand of Electricity Demand of electricity in Pakistan is 19,000 MW. Electricity demand is increasing by 10 % annually in/


Low Cost Carrier (LCC) of Pakistan

for turboprop A/C for new domestic routes A320 would provide flexibility in schedule while A340s would strengthen its Europe and ME routes Currently operates a mixture of Airbus A320 & A319s Low Cost Carrier (LCC) of Pakistan Services Services Cabin All A/C are in 3X3 economy layout Airline dropped its Business class (2x2, TV, Leather seating, Digital cockpit) E-ticketing First airline in/


Economic Growth.

services), nutrition, industry, agriculture, and even some atomic energy research Economic Growth Economy of Pakistan The economy of Pakistan is the 26th largest in the world in terms of purchasing power parity (PPP), and 44th largest in terms of nominal GDP even though the country is sixth most populous in the world. As Pakistan has a population of over 186 million (the worlds 6th-largest), thus GDP per capita is/


Higher Education Commission Powering the Knowledge Economy Prof. Dr. Javaid R. Laghari Chairperson Higher Education Commission Prof. Dr. Javaid R. Laghari.

Study and Research (Energy, Food Security, Water) launched Six Incubators plus one Technology Parks (Islamabad) on the anvil. Universities Building Economies Universities Building Leadership Universities Building Communities Socio-Economic Development of Pakistan 2011-15: HEC Strategic Focus HEC’s Goal: Prosperity through Knowledge Economy It’s high time we woke up to focus on investing in quality higher education, research, innovation and entrepreneurship, and/


HOW TO SAVE PAKISTAN IN JUST 30 DAYS. Presented by: Dr. Niaz Ahmed Khan, FRCS PhD. Economics, Finance and Business Administration USA.

. 8 Zero risk to the economy of Pakistan by implementing this system Zero risk to the economy of Pakistan by implementing this system No. 9 Zero expense to the Government of Pakistan by implementing this system Zero expense to the Government of Pakistan by implementing this system No. 10 Pakistan will become the wealthiest country Pakistan will become the wealthiest country No. 11 End of terrorism End of terrorism and suicide attacks in just/


INDIA AND PAKISTAN SINCE INDEPENDENCE. NEHRU FIVE YEAR PLANS SOCIALIST ECONOMY NEUTRAL IN COLD WAR INDIA A “ONE-PARTY DEMOCRACY” Prime minister 1948-

POPULAR BUT ECONOMY DID POORLY IN 1970s P.M. 1966-1977, 1980- 84. ASSASSINATED BY A SIKH BODYGUARD. EMERGENCY INDIRA GANDHI TRIES TO GET DICTATORIAL POWERS WHEN SHE’S ACCUSED OF CORRUPTION IN /OF RIVER DELTAS – VERY PRODUCTIVE LAND PERIODIC FLOODING BECAUSE OF MONSOONS EXTREME POVERTY FEARS TODAY OF ISLAMIC EXTREMISM PAKISTAN TODAY MILITARY DICTATORSHIP SINCE 2000 HISTORICALLY, AN ALLY OF THE U.S. AMBIGUOUS ROLE IN TERRORISM PAKISTAN’S CONNECTION WITH ISLAMIC TERRORISM In 1980, military dictator of Pakistan/


Geography of International Trade Jinan University Department of International Economics and Trade Students of Year 2001 Autumn, 2004.

, herbicides being produced and controlled by multinationals. Improper irrigation has led to salinisation – 20% of Pakistan’s and 25% of Central Asia’s irrigated land is affected; Soil fertility is declining as HYVs use up all /industries;  The growing importance of large, multinational corporations;  A spatial division of labor within the growing economies of South-east Asia;  The decline of the older ‘smokestack’ industries. Deindustrialization One of the results of post-industrial change has been/


Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in Informal Sector in Pakistan and Sri Lanka in Comparative Perspective with Research Agenda - Lesson for other Developing.

point for policy makers to take up and to formulate strategies to diversify the industrial structure to create more value addition to local economy and to increase resilience of the both economies. Conclusions and Recommendations  In Pakistan’s the main heart of industry is Punjab and most SMEs are very young and owned by individuals and concentrates in service sector activities.  In ISIC (two digit/


LOOKING FORWARD & LOOKING BEYOND: POLICY CHALLENGES IN PROMOTING WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN PAKISTAN PC HOTEL, LAHORE FEBRUARY 14, 2013 Tara Uzra Dawood.

conflict and achieve reconciliation after conflict has ended. KEY STRENGTHS WHY DOES ENTREPRENEURSHIP FOR PAKISTAN MATTER? www.dawoodglobal.orgwww.ladiesfund.com 20 The She-Economy is critical to powering the economy Economic expansion Increasing competitiveness Engaging and acknowledging women powers our economies Enabling all to participate in the economic life of a nation Contribute to the global GDP Narrows the gap between the developed and/


Recap Agriculture Sector in Pakistan Agri-based Loans and Criteria Role of SBP in Agriculture Sector Role of Banks in Agriculture Sector Collateral and.

, the SME Task Force is composed of diverse sectors and levels of Government and includes major stakeholders of the private sector, and SME in particular. Where the SME Task Force deems it necessary or useful, it may invite specific organizations or individuals to assist its work. It may also co-opt further members. Recap Agriculture and economy of Pakistan Agriculture credit facility for poor farmers and/


Depression and Social Distress in Pakistan By, Bridget Espinola.

(2007). Prevalence of depression among households in three capital cities of pakistan: need to revise/Pakistan floods: drowned agricultural economy means more misery. Retrieved from http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/pakistan-floods-drowned- agricultural-economy-means-more- misery/2010/07/30/gIQAkfuApI_gallery.html#photo=8 Washington Post. (2010). Pakistan floods: drowned agricultural economy means more misery. Retrieved from http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/pakistan-floods-drowned- agricultural-economy/


Human Geography of South Asia: A Region of Contrasts Both South Asia’s rich and ancient history, and its religious and ethnic diversity, have strongly.

Pakistan and Bangladesh Nepal and Bhutan Unit Map: PhysicalUnit Map: Political Unit Atlas: PoliticalUnit Atlas: Physical SECTION 3 Sri Lanka and the Maldives SECTION 4 NEXT Human Geography of South Asia: A Region of Contrasts Section 1 India India is the largest country in South Asia and has the most developed economy/ farming, food is imported -fishing for tuna, marlin, shark still provides 1/4 of jobs -main economy is now tourism centered on beaches, reefs SECTION 4 NEXT Chart Continued... SECTION 4 /


Engineering Economy By Professor Dr M Shahid Khalil.

and Technology, Taxila Teaching Machine Design, AutoCAD 2000, Assembly of Engineering Drawing, Engineering Management In charge of CAD Labs in the Department of Mechanical Engineering Establishing Industrial Manufacturing Lab Member of the Interview Board of Pakistan Steel Mills Member of the Interview Board of Pakistan Ordinance Factories Member Post graduation Committee, Peshawar Refurbishment of Mechanical Engineering Labs In charge of Students Internship Program at UET, Taxila Focal person for the/


1 ANALYSIS ON THE IMPACT OF MADRID PROTOCOL FOR THE ECONOMIES OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES IPO-Pakistan Asfand Ali Assistant Director IPO-Pakistan (September.

through Madrid Protocol. Hypothesis:  Financial Support to the SME sector for the International Registration of Marks via Madrid Protocol. Methodology:  Comparison of the fees of National Registration of a Mark in Pakistan with the fees of International Registration of a Mark through Madrid Protocol.IPO-Pakistan 13 Formulation of Hypotheses (contd.) Hypothesis No. 4: Background:  The Economy of Japan is mainly based on Small and Medium Enterprises. Hypothesis:  Strategy by the/


1 Pakistan’s Garment Sector: An Overview Compiled & presented by: PRGMEA.

Garment Sector: An Overview Compiled & presented by: PRGMEA 2 Textiles and Exports: Source: TDAP 3 Textile’s share in Pakistan economy: Textiles is the premier industry & backbone of Pakistan’s economy: Generates 54 % of exports Constitutes 46 % of Manufacturing Industry Employs 38 % of country’s working force Contributes 8.5% to the total GDP Drives Banking, Shipping,Transport,Insurance, Machinery, Dyes/Chemicals, Printing/Packaging & Other allied sectors. Source/


Human Geography of South Asia: A Region of Contrasts Both South Asia’s rich and ancient history, and its religious and ethnic diversity, have strongly.

NEXT Continued... SECTION 2 continued Struggling Economies Small Industry Neither country is highly industrialized -small factories lack capital, resources, markets to expand Both export cotton clothes; Pakistan exports wool, leather goods Microcredit policy allows small loans to poor entrepreneurs -entrepreneurs—people who start and build businesses -small businesses join together to get microloans -program raises standards of living, especially for women NEXT One/


India Pakistan Afghanistan Sri Lanka Bangladesh The Maldives Nepal South Asia Bhutan.

a religious differences In India - Hinduism, with over 800 million adherents (80.5% of the population) In Pakistan - About 97% of Pakistanis are Muslim India and Pakistan Relations There has been great debate over who has control of the Kashmir territory. Leading to three different wars over the territory. Kashmir territory South Asia – Economy The Next Eleven are the eleven countries – Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran,Mexico/


World History Junior Blitz.

. The government tried to end discrimination based on caste. However, deep prejudice continued. Pakistan and Bangladesh 1 Pakistan and Bangladesh PAKISTAN BANGLADESH After independence, military leaders seized power and ruled as dictators. When civilian leaders/Committee and the International Red Cross. a. Describe the cultural and intellectual integration of countries into the world economy through the development of television, satellites, and computers. Computers Creates new jobs Links people, businesses,/


Water and Political Economy of Food in Pakistan within a climate change context Pervaiz Amir (Asianics Agro Dev-Pakistan) St. Catherine’s College Oxford.

a climate change context Pervaiz Amir (Asianics Agro Dev-Pakistan) St. Catherine’s College Oxford University, UK  Climate Change Scenario of Pakistan and its glaring water crisis(mismanagement at all levels)  Political Economy of Water- embedded in history, feudalism, military dictatorship and a weak democratic base, extremism the haves vs. have nots, the great divide, poverty and unprecedented growth  Core issues and Challenges : 1. /


South Asia in Transition

,000 years – an ancient civilization existed in the Indus Valley around 2500 BC The remnants of two ancient cities in present-day Pakistan reveal significant urban planning Sometime after 1750 BC, for unclear reasons, the civilization declined Around/force Calcutta . South Asia in Transition Brief History of South Asia Britain’s trade in South Asia quickly diversified past spices to include textiles, opium, and other products – greatly fueled the economy of the British Empire As British control expanded in /


Challenges to Pakistans Value Added Industry Presented by Kamran Yousef Sandhu (PhD Scholar) Project Director/Principal Pakistan Readymade Garment Technical.

Added Industry Presented by Kamran Yousef Sandhu (PhD Scholar) Project Director/Principal Pakistan Readymade Garment Technical Training Institute – Lahore. ABSTRACT The Textile and Clothing sector is one of the most competitive and value added sectors of economy of Pakistan. It is the only sector who contributed US$9.579 Billion (54.16%) in export for the year 2008-09. This sector is also a major contributor/


Sustainable Energy Finance

in Pakistan given the needs of national economy Unfortunately for the local economy, in Pakistan high energy prices are coupled with high energy intensity. Additionally, there is an increasing supply-demand gap, estimated to be around 5,000 MW, high transmission and distribution losses, low levels of grid penetration, etc... This market review of SEF opportunities has been conducted by IFC in the following economic sectors of Pakistan: Industrial/


Chapter 29, Section World Geography Chapter 29 The Countries of South Asia Copyright © 2003 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice Hall, Upper.

be given complete control over the subcontinent. d)The subcontinent would be partitioned into India and Pakistan. Want to connect to the World Geography link for this section? Click Here!Click Here! 1 Chapter 29, Section India’s People and Economy How does religion shape the lives of most people in India? In what ways has village life in India remained essentially the/


Agricultural Statistics

ephedra, grazing fodder, resin, medicinal herbs etc. Importance of Agriculture Is the hub of agrarian economy Is a key Economic Driver. It is central to Individual livelihood Poverty Alleviation Nations “Economic” growth, e.g. agriculture contributes 20.9 % of GDP of Pakistan. Is key to Healthy Biosphere as it provides nutrition which is key determinant of human health. Provider of energy –fuel-wood and medicinal plants Practices play/


Chapter 25 Human Geography of South Asia A Region of Contrasts

, & are polytheistic The caste system is used to place people in social classes Chapter 25 Section 2 Pakistan & Bangladesh Vocabulary: Indus Valley Civilization, Partition, Kashmir, Microcredit, Entrepreneur, & Ramadan Objective: Analyze the economies of the two countries New Countries, Ancient Lands The Indus Valley Civilization (modern-day Pakistan) began around 2500 B.C. It had well-planned cities containing brick buildings & sophisticated sanitation The region/


Pakistan economy Review and Recommendations. Pakistan ECONOMY: Key Stakeholders perspective CITIZENSINVESTORS MULTILATERAL AGENCIES (IMF/WORLD BANK etc.)

unequal access to services and opportunities (gas, electricity, education, health etc.) Slide 5 Source: State Bank of Pakistan Slide 7 Caught in a debt trap and unable to survive without constant external support Source: State Bank of Pakistan Slide 8 Under taxed and poorly documented economy Source: State Bank of Pakistan Slide 9 Weak trade competitiveness:  Lowest regional trade integration in the world  Poorly educated, low skill/


Siemens Pakistan Engineering Co. Ltd.

Co. Ltd. Company Presentation Dr. Akram Sheikh Minister of State Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission Government of Pakistan (August 30, 2007) Presented by Strategic Business Development Vision 2030 – A historical step forward Planning Commission GoP’s Vision Siemens Pakistan’s Vision Developed, industrialized, just and prosperous Pakistan through rapid and sustainable development in a resource constraint economy by deploying knowledge inputs To remain market leader and technology/


Independent India & Pakistan 2011. Partition of South Asia Pakistan divided by 2,000 miles National Symbol of India.

working The economy is opened to foreign investments, and more individuals own business and factories such as control of the TV stations. Now Cable TV with access to western media Rate of economic growth - 6.8 % American companies & “outsource”-software services to India- providing jobs for educated Indians. Foreign companies in India India’ Business Giants! Outsourcing American jobs The Islamic Republic of Pakistan DOB 08/


COUNTRY PRESENTATION PAKISTAN Presented by Liaqat Ali Chief Statistical Officer, Pakistan Bureau of Statistics, Government of Pakistan.

(Key Indicators) The General Statistics (Reorganization) Act, 2011 Defining National Accounts Different Approaches to compile GDP Framework of Pakistan’s current NA Sectors of the Economy Sector-wise Methodology and sources of data Capital Formation and Expenditure on GDP Summary Growth rates of GDP, Investment and CPI Rebasing of NA why and When? Major Improvements Adopting the Price Concept and Modern Classifications Main data sources Rebasing Exercise/


South Asia Whatley. India Indus Valley Civilization - around 2500 BC in modern day Pakistan Aryans - about a thousand years after Indus Valley civilization,

territory was fought over between Pakistan and India? –Bangladesh –Bhutan –Kashmir –Nepal Pakistan and Bangladesh Struggling Economies –Both economies rely mostly on agriculture. Bangladesh is one of the poorest countries in the world. –Subsistence farming is most common. The government has tried to help modernize farming methods, but many farms follow less productive traditional ways. Climate also affects crops. Large areas of Pakistan are arid, while Bangladesh/


Prospects and Challenges to trade with Pakistan Naeem Anwar Minister (Trade) High Commission for Pakistan New Delhi Conference on “Trade opportunities.

Overview Both India and Pakistan are SME dominated economies. The density of SMEs in each country accedes 90% of total business population. However the size of the two economies, sectoral composition, trading partners and the proportionate contribution made by the SMEs is different. In total bilateral trade Pakistan accounts for less than 1 percent of India’s trade and India accounts below 5 percent of Pakistan’s trade In 1948/


India Part 2: SS7G11: The student will explain the impact of location, climate, physical characteristics, distribution of natural resources, and population.

Pakistan: Pakistan is India’s neighbor and was once part of India. The Indus River is in Pakistan, and its population is mainly in the Indus River Valley where there is plenty of water for farming. 42 % of Pakistan’s people are farmers with the majority of/and sold in the past. 4.Mixed economy---combination of two different economies usually market and command. Most economies are mixed today. Compare the economies of India, China, Japan, and North Korea 1.India Economy: Mixed ( market) the government makes /


Pakistan and Bangladesh Chapter 25-2. New Countries, Ancient Lands Indus Valley civilization Indus Valley civilization Largest of the early civilizationsLargest.

Hindu)Created India (Mostly Hindu) Created Pakistan (Mostly Muslim)Created Pakistan (Mostly Muslim) Divided into East Pakistan and West Pakistan Divided into East Pakistan and West Pakistan Pakistan’s Civil War – 1971 Pakistan’s Civil War – 1971 East Pakistan became Bangladesh (independent)East Pakistan became Bangladesh (independent) Struggling Economies Agriculture Agriculture Basis of economy - Pakistan and BangladeshBasis of economy - Pakistan and Bangladesh Crops Produced Crops Produced Microcredit/


After WWII more than 90 new nations gain their independence. What part(s) of the world do you think most new nations will emerge?

by West Pakistan Africa 2 nd largest continent. 2 nd largest continent. 3 times the size of America 3 times the size of America Lots of natural resources – Diamonds, gold, etc. Lots of natural resources – Diamonds, gold, etc. Many independent nations (map 1027) Many independent nations (map 1027) Very poor! Why? Very poor! Why? African Countries Struggle Independent countries set up governments, work force, economies, and/


By: Asad Afzal Sahi Member and Assistant to Chairman Pakistan Agriculture & Dairy Farmers Association Agricultural Economy of Pakistan.

Area : 307,374 sq. miles Largest Deep Sea Port in the world Largest Irrigation System in the world The world’s largest manmade forest General State of Pakistan’s Economy The world’s 26th largest economy Improvement in the economy due to external as well as internal factors. Steady increase in GDP GDP: $884.2 billion (2014 est.) 4.41 percent growth in GDP 2013/


Economies of South Asia. Economies in South Asia.

crops (Jute and Rice) Environmental degradation has contributed to poverty Internationally competitive in textile and clothing manufacturing –Pakistan Inherited a reasonably well- developed urban infrastructure Agriculture, cotton, textile industry are important Less dynamic economy and less potential for growth Burdened by high levels of defense spending & threat of Islamic extremism. Geographies of Economic Development Sri Lanka and the Maldives Sri Lanka: second- most highly developed/


Geography of South Asia Physical. The Indian Subcontinent India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Sri Lanka,& the Maldives Subcontinent - large landmass.

in South Asia has the largest population? Name three reasons that Indian families continue to have a large number of children? Name three basic necessities: Economy Agriculture Two-thirds of people farm (Subsistence Farmers) After famines of 1960s, scientists improved farming techniques& crops - Green Revolution increased crop yields for wheat & rice Pakistan & Bangladesh’s Climate hurts yields (arid & stormy) -freshwater fishing is also vital to/


4/26-27 Imperialism, Partition & India vs. Pakistan VID CLIP: Why do India & Pakistan Hate Each Other? READ: UpFront – Birth of India & Pakistan GRAPHIC.

highest peak in the world 25) New Dehli is the capital city 26) 13% Muslim 27) One of the fastest growing economies in the world 28) Newly Industrialized economy 29) Nepal and Bhutan are its neighbors 30) Borders the Bay of Bengal 31) Contains the birthplace of Buddhism and Sikhism 32) Himalaya Mountains run through it 33)Long history that began along a river 34/


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