pakistan vs sri Lanka

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1. PAKISTAN Islamic Republic of Pakistan is a sovereign country in South Asia With a population exceeding 182 million people it is the sixth most populous country and with an area covering 796,095 km2 .it is the 36th largest country in the world in terms of area . Pakistan is developing country The economy of Pakistan is the 26th largest in the world in terms of purchasing power parity (PPP), and 42nd largest in terms of nominal Gross Domestic Product. As Pakistan has a population of over 186 million (the world's6th-largest), thus GDP per capita is $3,149 ranking 140th in the world. 2. Sri Lanka A republic in S Asia, occupying the island of Ceylon settled by the Sinhalese from S India in about 550bc ; became a British colony 1802; gained independence in 1948, becoming a republic within the commonwealth in 1972 With an economy worth $80.591 billion (2015) ($233.637 billion PPP estimate),and a per capita GDP of about $11,068.996 (PPP), Sri Lanka has mostly had strong growth rates in recent years 1 Sri Lankan Rupee equals 0.77 Pakistani Rupee 3. Major Exports of Pakistan Leather and leather products. Carpets and rugs, Tents. Synthetic textiles. Surgical instruments. Sports goods. Readymade garments. Vegetable, fruit and fish. Engineering goods. Chemicals and Pharmaceutical products. Imports of Pakistan Vehicles and spare parts. Edible Oil. Plastic material. Paper Board Iron ore and steel. Pharmaceutical products. 4. Major exports of sri lanka Textiles and apparel Tea and spices Diamonds Emeralds Rubies Coconut products Rubber manufactures Fish Major sri lanka imports The major import commodities of Sri Lanka are as follows: Textile fabrics Mineral products Petroleum Foodstuffs Machinery and transportation equipment 5. Pakistan GDP The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in Pakistan was worth 236.62 billion US dollars in 2014. The GDP value of Pakistan represents 0.38 percent of the world economy. GDP in Pakistan averaged 56.23 USD Billion from 1960 until 2013, reaching an all time high of 236.62 USD Billion in 2013 and a record low of 3.71 USD Billion in 1960. GDP in Pakistan is reported by the World Bank Group. 6. Sri Lanka GDP The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in Sri Lanka was worth 67.18 billion US dollars in 2014. The GDP value of Sri Lanka represents 0.11 percent of the world economy. GDP in Sri Lanka averaged 13.32 USD Billion from 1960 until 2013, reaching an all time high of 67.18 USD Billion in 2013 and a record low of 1.42 USD Billion in 1960. GDP in Sri Lanka is reported by the World Bank. 7. Pakistan GDP per capita The Gross Domestic Product per capita in Pakistan was last recorded at 4549.27 US dollars in 2013, when adjusted by purchasing power parity (PPP). The GDP per Capita, in Pakistan, when adjusted by Purchasing Power Parity is equivalent to 26 percent of the world's average. GDP per capita PPP in Pakistan averaged 3635 USD from 1990 until 2013, reaching an all time high of 4549.27 USD in 2013 and a record low of 2961.40 USD in 1990. GDP per capita PPP in Pakistan is reported by the World Bank 8. Sri Lanka GDP per capita The Gross Domestic Product per capita in Sri Lanka was last recorded at 2004.26 US dollars in 2013. The GDP per Capita in Sri Lanka is equivalent to 16 percent of the world's average. GDP per capita in Sri Lanka averaged 787.84 USD from 1960 until 2013, reaching an all time high of 2004.26 USD in 2013 and a record low of 336.72 USD in 1960. GDP per capita in Sri Lanka is reported by the World Bank 9. Pakistan Gross National Product Gross National Product in Pakistan remained unchanged at 11175600 PKR Million in 2013 from 11175600 PKR Million in 2013. Gross National Product in Pakistan averaged 7878790.27 PKR Million from 2000 until 2014, reaching an all time high of 11175600 PKR Million in 2013 and a record low of 3778155 PKR Million in 2000. Gross National Product in Pakistan is reported by the State Bank of Pakistan 10. Sri Lanka Gross National Product Gross National Product in Sri Lanka remained unchanged at 9544608 LKR Million in 2014 from 9544608 LKR Million in 2014. Gross National Product in Sri Lanka averaged 1234349.12 LKR Million from 1950 until 2014, reaching an all time high of 9544608 LKR Million in 2014 and a record low of 4115 LKR Million in 1950. Gross National Product in Sri Lanka is reported by the Central Bank of Sri Lanka 11. Education Literacy rate is one of the important indicator of education as its improvement is likely to have a long run impact on other important indicators of national welfare Literacy Rate Of Sri Lanka 91.18% Literacy Rate Of Pakistan 60% Since 1945, Sri Lanka has been enjoying Free Education Scheme, under which Education is free from primary onwards until one obtain its first degree from university. students must join the school from 1st to 9th standard, after this, they are allowed whether to continue the study, job training or doing farming. 12. Educational budget in Pakistan EDUCATIONAL BUDGET COMPARISON YEAR ON YEAR 2012- 13(BILLION) 2013- 14(BILLION) % OF TOTAL EXPENDITU RE % OF GDP 2012-13 2013- 14 FEDRAL 69 80 2 0.3 0.3 KPK 56 73 21.1 0.2 0.3 PUNJAB 174 182 15 0.7 0.7 SINDH 105 134 21.7 0.4 0.5 BALOCHISTAN 25 35 21.3 0.1 0.1 TOTAL 429 504 8 1.8 1.9 13. Educational budget in sri lanka EDUCATIONAL BUDGET COMPARISON YEAR ON YEAR 2012- 13(BILLION) 2013- 14(BILLION) % OF TOTAL EXPENDITURE % OF GDP 2012-13 2013-14 CENTRAL 65 70 23 0.4 0.4 NORTHERN 69 73 26 0.3 0.3 EASTERN 74 78 19 0.2 0.3 SOUTHERN 62 68 14 0.4 0.4 WESTERN 50 56 21.5 0.5 0.5 UVA 60 63 25 0.2 0.2 NORTH CENTRAL 80 85 24 0.3 0.3 NORTH WESTERN 59 62 21 0.4 0.4 SABARAGAMUWA 49 52 17 0.3 0.3 TOTAL 568 607 8.8 3.0 3.1 14. Sri Lanka is one of the few countries in the world with free healthcare and education, both of which have been national priorities for decades. OPD facilities are readily available in public (general) hospitals situated in major towns and cities, with laboratory and radiology facilities common in most. All doctors and nurses in the government hospitals are qualified and trained, with some of the most experienced staff working at the teaching hospitals sri lanka health system There are 555 government hospitals in Sri Lanka, in addition to several hospitals treating according to the Ayurvedic System. 15. Medical schools Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo Faculty of Medicine, University of Kelaniya College of Community Physicians of Sri Lanka North Colombo Medical College Faculty of Medicine, University of Peradeniya Faculty of Medicine, University of Ruhuna Faculty of Medicine, University of Sri Jayewardenepura Faculty of Medicine, University of Jaffna 16. Healthcare in Pakistan is administered mainly in the private sector which accounts for approximately 80% of all outpatient visits. The public sector was until recently led by the Ministry of Health, however the Ministry was abolished in June 2011 and all health responsibilities (mainly planning and fund allocation) were devolved to provincial Health Departments which had until now been the main implementers of public sector health programs Pakistan health system 17. Population of Pakistan 18. Population 182,715,847 (2013 est.) Growth rate 1.49% Birth rate 31 births/1,000 population (2009 est.) Death rate 8 deaths/1,000 population (2009 est.) Life expectancy 63.39 years (2009 est.) male 62.4 years (2009 est.) female 64.44 years (2009 est.) Fertility rate 3.58 children born/woman (2008 est.) Infant mortality rate 57.48 deaths/1,000 live births (2012 est.) Age structure 014 years 36.7% (male 33,037,943/female 31,092,572) 1564 years 59.1% (male 53,658,173/female 49,500,786) 65 and over 4.2% (male 3,495,350/female 3,793,734) (2009 est.) 19. Population of sri lanka 20. Population 20,359,439 (2013 census) Density 325/km 2 (2012 census) Growth rate 0.913% (2012 est.) Birth rate 17.04 births/1,000 population (2012 est.) Death rate 5.96 deaths/1,000 population (July 2012 est.) Life expectancy 75.94 years (2012 est.) male 72.43 years (2012 est.) female 79.59 years (2012 est.) Fertility rate 2.17 children born/woman (2012 est.) Infant mortality rate 9.47 deaths/1,000 live births (2012 est.) Age structure 014 years 25.2% (2012 census) 1564 years 66.9% (2012 census) 65 and over 7.9% (2012 census) 21. Agriculture in Pakistan Pakistan's principal natural resources are arable land and water. About 25% of Pakistan's agriculture accounts for about 21% of GDP and employs about 43% of the labor force. In Pakistan, the most agricultural province is Punjab where wheat and cotton are the most grown. Mango orchards are mostly found in Sindh and Punjab provinces that make Pakistan the world's 4th largest producer of mangoes Chickpea (3rd) Apricot (6th) Cotton (4th) Milk (5th) Date Palm (5th) Sugarcane (5th) Onion (7th) Kinnow, mandarin oranges, clementine (6th) Mango (4th) Wheat (7th) Rice (4th) 22. Agriculture in Sri Lanka Sri Lanka's primary form of agriculture is rice production. Rice is cultivated during Maha and Yala seasons. Tea is cultivated in the central highlands and is a major source of foreign exchange. Vegetables, fruits and oilseed crops are also cultivated in the country. There are two Agriculture Parks abbreviated as .Parks established by the Department of Agriculture. Out of the total population in Sri Lanka, 31.8% engages in agricultural activities Rice cultivation in Sri Lanka Tea plantations Fruits and Vegetables Oilseed Crops 23. Labor force in Pakistan Labor force; total in Pakistan was last measured at 31 million in 2013, according to the World Bank. Labour force 31 million (201213) Labour force by occupation agriculture: 43%, construction: 15.2%, manufacturing: 13.3%, wholesale and retail: 9.2% ,transport and communication: 7.3% (201213) Unemployment 6.6% (2013 est.) 24. Labor force; total in sri lanka was last measured at 8,319,680 in 2013, according to the World Bank. Labor force in sri lanka Labour force 8,319,680 Labour force by occupation agriculture: 32.7%; industry: 26.3%; services: 41% Unemployment 4.3% (2011) 25. Sri Lanka Industries Processing Of Rubber, Tea, Coconuts, Tobacco And Other Agricultural Commodities; Telecommunications, Insurance, Banking; Tourism, Shipping; Clothing, Textiles; Cement, Petroleum Refining, Information Technology Services, Construction 26. Pakistan Industries Textiles And Apparel, Food Processing, Pharmaceuticals, Construction Materials, Chemicals, Cement, Mining, Machinery, Steel, Engineering, Software And Hardware, Automobiles, Motorcycle And Auto Parts, Electronics, Paper Products, Fertilizers, Shrimp, Defense Products, Shipbuilding 27. Pakistan Trade Exports Total $30.414 billion (2013-14 est.), Goods $25.157 billion, Services $5.256 billion Export goods Linens(10%) Cotton and Yarn(9.2%) Rice(7.9%) Non-Knit Men's Suits (4.3%) Refined Petroleum (3.2%) Cement (2.3%) [ Main export partners United States13.3% China10.9% United Arab Emirates8.6% Afghanistan8.5% Germany 5.1% [ Imports $41.668 billion (2013-14 est.) Import goods Food $4.15 billion Machinery $5.05 billion Transport Vehicles $1.66 billion Textile $2.29 billion Fertilizers and other chemicals $6.86 billion Raw metal $2.7 billion Refined Petroleum $9.02 billion Crude Petroleum=$5.75 billion Main import partners China17% United Arab Emirates15% Kuwait 8.8% (2012 est.) Saudi Arabia 8.5% Malaysia 4.8% 28. Exports $10.89 billion (2011 est.) Export goods textiles and apparel, pharmaceuticals, tea, spices, diamonds, emeralds, rubies, coconut products, rubber manufactures, fish Main export partners United States21.8% United Kingdom 8.3% India 4.5% Germany4.2% (2013 est.) Imports $20.02 billion (2011 est.) Import goods textile fabrics, mineral products, petroleum, foodstuffs, machinery and transportation equipment Main import partners India 21.5% China17.6% Singapore10.1% United Arab Emirates6.1% Iran 4.9% (2013 est.) Sri Lanka Trade 29. Public finances Public debt 61.8% of GDP (2014-15) Revenues 14.8% of GDP, Pk Rs4.119 trillion or $40 billion [ Expenses 19.5% of GDP, Pk Rs 5.412 trillion or $54 billion Foreign reserves $17.7 billion (April 2015) Pakistan Public finances 30. Public finances Public debt 81% of GDP (2011 est.) Revenues $8.495 billion (2011 est.) Expenses $12.63 billion (2011 est.) Economic aid $808 million (2006) Foreign reserves $7.2 billion (17 April 2011 est.) Sri lanka Public finances 31. The end