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Pakistan’s 12th five-year plan being finalised
January 04, 2018
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ISLAMABAD: The Planning Commission of Pakistan is in the process of finalising its 12th five-year plan (2019-2023), the document for which will be presented for approval at the next meeting of the National Economic Council.

The commission’s steering committee met on Wednesday to discuss the broad socio-economic objectives of the next plan which includes sustained growth, climate change challenges, clean energy, agricultural productivity, infrastructure development and industrial revival.

The commission’s Deputy Chairman, Sartaj Aziz, while chairing the meeting, said that the commission was working to formulate the country’s 12th five-year plan in consultation with the provinces.

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