Pakistan Federal Budget 2010-11


Sr.# Federal Budget 2010-11 Title Download
1
Strategy for Operation of Current Budget during the Financial Year 2010-11
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2
Expenditure Control for the Financial Year 2010-2011
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3
Economy Measures - Revised Budget Ceillings 2010-11
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4
Federal Budget Details of Demands for
Grants and Appropriations 2010-11 Current Expenditure (Volume I)
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5
Federal Budget Details of Demands for
Grants and Appropriations 2010-11 Development Expenditure (Volume II)
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6
Demands for Grants And Appropriations 2010-11 (White Book)
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7
Annual Budget Statement 2010-2011
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8
Federal Budget Speech 2010-2011
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9
Budget in Brief 2010-2011
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10
Estimates of Foreign Assistance 2010-11
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11
Explanatory Memorandum of Federal Receipts 2010-2011
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12
Federal Medium Term Budget Estimates for Service Delivery 2010-13
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The NFC recommended that the Federal Government and Provincial Governments should streamline their tax collection systems to reduce leakages and increase their revenues through efforts to improve taxation in order to achieve a 15% tax to GDP ratio by the terminal year i.e. 2014-15. Provinces would initiate steps to effectively tax the agriculture and real estate sectors. Federal Government and Provincial Governments may take necessary administrative and legislative steps accordingly.

In today’s world, economic management of a modern internationally open economy is a continuous year-long task. The budget is but one important instrument of economic management. However, the importance of this once a year ritual should not be overly exaggerated. There are important linkages between the budget and other instruments of government policies, including monetary; trade; pricing of agriculture, electricity, gas and petroleum products as well as various economic packages. We need to sharpen our understanding of the role of the government and its interventions and make them more effective. Ultimately results depend on the impact of a combination of these policies. This is what economic management is all about.

The second area of our focus is food security, with emphasis on the development of agriculture and water resources. In this effort we will emphasize sharp increase in productivity. Agriculture must find more productive solutions based on more efficient markets that provide incentives for improved technology with better water and input utilization. In addition to food availability we seek to ensure that the poor have the means to purchase food, and this is critical in supporting the vulnerable. Without adequate purchasing power the poor may starve in the midst of plenty.

As a testimony to our efforts at attaining food security the combined budgeted allocation in Development Budget 2010-11 for water, food and agriculture, livestock and dairy development sectors is in excess of Rs 40 billion.