Unbalanced Growth

Unbalanced Growth

A situation in which economic growth is significantly higher in some sectors than others. For example, banking may be growing rapidly while manufacturing may be growing more slowly or even declining. Unbalanced growth portends an eventual economic slowdown or recession, though economists disagree on how a country should address it.
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Moreover, economists revealed that Pakistan has been facing enough economic issues on the back of large fiscal and financial needs, with weak and unbalanced growth. The monetary added, it will aim to tackle long-standing policy and structural weaknesses, restore macroeconomic stability, catalyze significant international financial support and promote strong and sustainable growth through the program.
Other areas of the economy exhibited considerable weakness in the second quarter, signaling unbalanced growth in the overall economy.
NORTHAMPTON -- 'Pakistan is currently facing significant macroeconomic challenges on the back of large fiscal and financial needs and weak and unbalanced growth.' This was said by International Monetary Fund (IMF) First Deputy Managing Director and Acting Chair David Lipton following the IMF executive board discussions.
The bleak figures come at a time when the government is struggling to contain significant economic challenges on the back of large fiscal and financial needs and weak and unbalanced growth.
Moreover, the IMF said Pakistan is facing significant economic challenges on the back of large fiscal and financial needs, with weak and unbalanced growth.
Pakistan is facing significant economic challenges on the back of large fiscal and financial needs and weak and unbalanced growth. In this context, the authorities program aims to tackle long-standing policy and structural weaknesses, restore macroeconomic stability, catalyze significant international financial support, and promote strong and sustainable growth.
During the meeting, the chair said Pakistan was facing significant economic challenges on the back of large fiscal and financial needs and weak and unbalanced growth.
"I request the IMF, as the central bank of the world, help emerging countries operate their systems for macroeconomic soundness and, as the lender of last resort, construct a strong global financial safety net by securing sufficient financial resources for loans." Moon expressed concerns that the spread of trade protectionism and unbalanced growth may hurt the world economy and pose a huge challenge for emerging economies.
--A prolonged and significant decline in capitalization related to losses on the asset portfolio, unbalanced growth in operations, increased earnings volatility or failure to receive paid-in capital commitments.
"Getting used to the fact that the Israeli economy is doing well," as noted by the economic advisor to the prime minister, means getting used to an economy driven by a small group, an economy with unbalanced growth that generously benefits that group.
This would in turn constrain monetary policy, which is critical to minimizing the cost to China of what's likely to be a very difficult adjustment after decades of deeply unbalanced growth.
Polarisation has intensified, owing partly to growing resistance to globalisation and the unbalanced growth patterns that have resulted from it.