What is the economy rank of Pakistan?
Economy of Pakistan
|Population||207.68 million (5th) (2017 national census)|
|GDP||$299 billion (nominal; Jun 2021) $1.36 trillion (PPP; Jun 2021)|
|GDP rank||46th (nominal; 2020) 22th (PPP; Jun 2021)|
|GDP growth||5.5% (17/18) 1.9% (18/19) −0.4% (19/20) 3.9% (20/21e)|
Where Pakistan stand in the world?
|GDP (PPP)||26/229||1.11 trillion US dollars|
|GDP (PPP) per capita||174/213||5224 US dollars|
|Global Competitiveness Index||110/137|
|Financial Development Index||58/62|
Is Pakistan a Third World country 2020?
A total of 97 countries (32 from Asia and Pacific, 41 from Africa, and 24 from Latin America) are included in the definition of the 3rd world countries. As a whole, on the composite social scale, Pakistan occupies 84th position in the 3rd world.
What is Pakistan’s GDP in 2021?
280.00 USD Billion
GDP in Pakistan is expected to reach 280.00 USD Billion by the end of 2021, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. In the long-term, the Pakistan GDP is projected to trend around 292.00 USD Billion in 2022 and 310.00 USD Billion in 2023, according to our econometric models.
What is the rank of Pakistan in prosperity?
Pakistan is 138th in the overall Prosperity Index rankings. Since 2010, Pakistan has moved up the rankings table by 8 places.
What is the rank of Pakistan in tourism?
Pakistan was ranked 47 out of 200 countries in an analysis of the World Travel and Tourism Council’s (WTTC) growth figures by Lovehomeswap.com, which said, “If the country becomes more peaceful, visitor numbers are predicted to rise”.
Is Pakistan a 4th world country?
The nations classified as Fourth World are labeled by the United Nations as the Least Developed Countries or LDCs….Fourth World Countries 2021.
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What is the rank of Pakistan in powerful countries?
Pakistan Army surpasses Israel, Canada to become 10th most powerful in world. Pakistan Army has been ranked the 10th most powerful in the world out of 133 countries on the Global Firepower index 2021, according to data released by the group on its official website.