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, the industry remained mostly inward-looking and found little incentive to look for markets abroad. Domestic manufacturers increased output to meet the needs of a fast-growing population, with exports amounting to only 15-20 percent of the production. 120. Accordingly, the textile export performance is somewhat mixed, accounting for 13 percent of non-oil exports in 2004 (8 percent excluding yarn). 71 Syria’s export strength has been geographically limited so far, reflecting a good knowledge of local customs and the distribution structures of Arab markets but

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Syria faces two interrelated medium-term challenges posed by the prospective decline in its oil reserves. The recently approved five-year plan (FYP) laid down a comprehensive strategy to address these challenges. Syria’s public finances are headed for challenging times in the coming 10–15 years. Large fiscal deficits have marked the economic history of many developed and developing countries alike during the 1970s and 1980s, with damaging consequences to their economies. Although financial markets can help keep the deficit bias in check, market discipline has proved mostly inadequate.
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Syria faces two interrelated medium-term challenges posed by the prospective decline in its oil reserves. The recently approved five-year plan (FYP) laid down a comprehensive strategy to address these challenges. Syria’s public finances are headed for challenging times in the coming 10–15 years. Large fiscal deficits have marked the economic history of many developed and developing countries alike during the 1970s and 1980s, with damaging consequences to their economies. Although financial markets can help keep the deficit bias in check, market discipline has proved mostly inadequate.

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Syria faces two interrelated medium-term challenges posed by the prospective decline in its oil reserves. The recently approved five-year plan (FYP) laid down a comprehensive strategy to address these challenges. Syria’s public finances are headed for challenging times in the coming 10–15 years. Large fiscal deficits have marked the economic history of many developed and developing countries alike during the 1970s and 1980s, with damaging consequences to their economies. Although financial markets can help keep the deficit bias in check, market discipline has proved mostly inadequate.

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Syria faces two interrelated medium-term challenges posed by the prospective decline in its oil reserves. The recently approved five-year plan (FYP) laid down a comprehensive strategy to address these challenges. Syria’s public finances are headed for challenging times in the coming 10–15 years. Large fiscal deficits have marked the economic history of many developed and developing countries alike during the 1970s and 1980s, with damaging consequences to their economies. Although financial markets can help keep the deficit bias in check, market discipline has proved mostly inadequate.

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Syria faces two interrelated medium-term challenges posed by the prospective decline in its oil reserves. The recently approved five-year plan (FYP) laid down a comprehensive strategy to address these challenges. Syria’s public finances are headed for challenging times in the coming 10–15 years. Large fiscal deficits have marked the economic history of many developed and developing countries alike during the 1970s and 1980s, with damaging consequences to their economies. Although financial markets can help keep the deficit bias in check, market discipline has proved mostly inadequate.

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Text Tables III-1 Shares in Total Exports by Commodity Groups III-2 Trade Regimes in Selected Asian Countries III-3 Constant Market Shares Analysis Charts III-1 Exports, Imports, and Net exports III-2 Structure of Exports by Commodity Groups III-3 Geographic Structure of Exports III-4 World Imports from Pakistan, and Comparator Countries III-5 Comparative Export Diversification III-6 Comparison of Textile Export Structure III-7 Comparison of Textile Export Performance IV. A Survey of Poverty in Pakistan Introduction Definition of

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all countries over time. The position and structure of Pakistan’s textile exports 155. The analysis so far provides only limited evidence relating Pakistan’s less than impressive export performance in the 1990s to the general structure of exports. This raises the question to what extent Pakistan’s specialization on textiles contributed to the performance and how Pakistan’s textiles export performance fared compared with other countries. 156. Pakistan shares the feature of very high ratios of textile exports to total exports with Bangladesh, as the first

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This Selected Issues paper analyzes Pakistan's tax reform and revenue performance. The paper assesses the nature and magnitude of Pakistan's actual twin debt problem in a historical context, and reviews the policy options. The study highlights the factors explaining the recent stagnation in merchandise exports, and analyzes the country's export performance with regard to the linkages between performance and the structure of exports. The paper reviews a survey of poverty in Pakistan, and also provides a statistical appendix report of the country.