Saturday, July 13, 2024, 6:34 PM
**Donald Trump guilty on all counts in historic criminal trial. **Former President has been found guilty on all 34 counts in his New York criminal hush money trial. **The Republican candidate has denied wrongdoing and an attorney representing him said they would file appeal. **The first-ever criminal trial of an American president. **Case centered on allegations about falsifying business records. **Trial lasted for over six weeks presumptive presidential nominee. **Trump first former president to be convicted in US history. **The trial lasted for over six weeks against the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.
Saturday, July 13, 2024, 6:34 PM
Home Business Tough year ahead, but elections could boost confidence: ADB

Tough year ahead, but elections could boost confidence: ADB

ADB adds that GDP growth will be 1.9%

by NWMNewsDesk
0 comment

Forecasting that challenges to Pakistan’s economy would continue to persist over the next year, the Asian Development Bank said that elections in 2024 could be a big factor in boosting confidence in the economy.

In a report titled e Asian Development Outlook September 2023 published on Wednesday, the ADB said that Pakistan Gross Domestic Product will grow by a measly 1.9% while inflationary pressures are expected to stay high.

However, the report added that elections in 2024 could provide a boost to the economy.


“Political stability following general elections later this year, if achieved, will boost business confidence, as will a new standby arrangement agreed with the International Monetary Fund to support economic stabilization and rebuild fiscal buffers,” the report said.

The report said that the downside risks to Pakistan’s overall economic outlook will remain remain ‘exceptionally high’.

The report added that inflation is expected to ‘ease’ over the next fiscal year but significant infaltionary pressures remain.

You may also like

In a recent breakthrough, researchers have found that the updated COVID-19 vaccine has demonstrated an impressive 95% efficacy rate against the emerging Delta variant, which has been causing widespread concern globally.


Latest Articles

© 2023 News World Media. All Rights Reserved.