Government invests 5.9 percent of GDP as public investment

Wednesday, 19 June 2013 - 12:49



The Government has spent 444 billion rupees in 2012 in comparison to 422 billion rupees in 2011 as public investment.


Accordingly, it was 5.9 percent of GDP.


According to the annual report of the Ministry of Finance for the year 2012, the government has been able to maintain public investment at an average of 6.2 percent of GDP during the period from 2005 to 2012 in comparison to 4.7 percent during 2002-2004 Period.

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