As shown in the above table, compared to the average cost of
lending weight compared to 2012-13 compared to almost all public debt
indicators compared to 2013-14. Due to the average cost of loan weight due to
the increase in the government’s clear debt strategy, reducing the risk of
rolling / roll roll increases the increase of domestic debt maturity and
increase external income.
Possibly, the risk of refinancing in Pakistan’s public debt
portfolio, which was primarily operating by domestic debt consolidation in
short measurements at the end of 2012-13. The risk of domestic debt refining
has significantly declined in the end of 2013-14, indicating that in the year
2012, 64% in a year’s rate of loan in one year compared to 64% Has increased
According to this, in the end of 2013-13, the average time of syndrome
increased by 2.3 years in the end of 2013-14 compared to 1.8 years. Similarly,
at the end of 2013-13, external debt increased by 10.5 years, which increased
at the end of 2012-13 compared to 10.1 years. Overall, the average time average
of the general debt increased by 4.9 years at the end of 2013-14 compared to
4.5 a year earlier.
To cope with the risk of interest rate, compared to the
percentage of re-fixing of one year debt deficit, 43-14 decreased by 43%, which
was 52% a year earlier. Accordingly, the average time of fixing for 4.6 years
at the end of 2013-14 compared to 4.2 years at the end of 2012-13. This number
is the average time for outdoor loans to be 9.7 years and re-fixing around 2.3
years on domestic debt. In addition, according to the fixed rate loan, the
overall debt debt increased by 63 percent in the end of 2013-14, and increased
by 54% in the end of 2012-13. In 2012-2013 compared to 2012-13 compared to
2012-13, the domestic debt fixed rate was 54% increase in the end of 2013-14.
This year, more than 40 percent a year ago, the government mobilized more
through pizza and retired.
The total public debt is about 31% of the stock on the
foreign currencies, Pakistan’s debt portfolio exposure to the risk of risk.
According to the Special Drawing Right (SDR), approximately 91% of external
debt is contracted in about 3% – the key consideration of the risk of exchange
rate is US-based debt (46 percent external debt), then the Euro (23%) and
Japanese Yen (22%). In 2014-15, the amount of durable foreign debt was
equivalent to 43% of the government’s liquid reserves, which was less likely to
deal with the risk rate of 69% a year earlier.