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BANGLADESH-Aftermath of Stagnation

BANGLADESH Aftermath of Stagnation P C Verma DURING the last 24 years, while Bangladesh was a part of Pakistan, its economy stagnated. The economic policy pursued by the central government of Pakistan kept it economically backward. An analysis of the manner in which the economic policy of the central government of Pakistan was pursued may be necessary to assess the prospects for the future development of the now independent Bangladesh.

Growth of Tax Revenue in Pakistan

P C Verma Taxation in Pakistan has not been very effective in mopping up national income. The buoyancy of taxation in relation to national income has been greater than unity but the base from which it took off was small Taxes on commodities have been the most buoyant. Income and corporation tax have changed little while land revenue has become even less effective.
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