Pakistan in Financial Crisis

Foreign public debt – $84.5bn

Foreign public debt is 30% of GDP.
Got 13th bailout package from the IMF since 1980 to handle the current financial mess.
US$6 Billion was the bailout package that the country got in July 2019.
Interest payments alone this year will cost 43% of Pakistan’s projected gross revenue.
Fiscal deficit – 8.9% of GDP (highest in 7 years) 
Foreign exchange reserves – $6.824 billion
US$14.682 billion – Chinese loan, mainly for CPEC projects
The country need to pay the external debt worth $37.359 billion within 39 months, the duration of the bailout deal.
(IMF, official data from the Government of Pakistan)

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