## Pakistan Development Review, Volume 16, Issues 1-3Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, 1977 - Pakistan |

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Appendix I Yearwise

Increase) and of Population Actually Enumerated, Compared to Average Annual

the ...

Appendix I Yearwise

**Growth**Rates of Population Expected (Under CS NaturalIncrease) and of Population Actually Enumerated, Compared to Average Annual

**Growth**Rates : 1962-65 Under the assumption of negligible migration in effect,the ...

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We can also turn the equation around in the following way: M – X = I — S and

insert the figures for I and S for 1984-85 from table 10 (9 percent rate of

M – X = 28.3 — 2.0 = 26.3 If we assume our export projection to hold, we can ...

We can also turn the equation around in the following way: M – X = I — S and

insert the figures for I and S for 1984-85 from table 10 (9 percent rate of

**growth**):M – X = 28.3 — 2.0 = 26.3 If we assume our export projection to hold, we can ...

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Part B of the table shows the

for gross national product should be reached in the year 2000, without any

change in income distribution in favour of the poorest 20 percent. The required

Part B of the table shows the

**growth**rates of GNP needed if these target figuresfor gross national product should be reached in the year 2000, without any

change in income distribution in favour of the poorest 20 percent. The required

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A Simple Optimisation Model for Cotton Processing Activities | 17 |

An Urban Poverty Line Estimate | 49 |

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