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(sāv'ing),
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Pakistan cannot afford to be dependent on foreign inflows and there is an excess need to instill a culture of domestic savings. Public savings have been very low in our country.
Qatar's ranking was positively impacted by a number of factors, including: strong economic performance represented by low unemployment rate, high fixed capital formation ratio of GDP, domestic savings ratio of GDP, trade balance ratio of GDP, and overall productivity increase.
But greater efforts, particularly in raising domestic savings, are needed if investment is to reach the levels that historically have supported strong and sustained growth in other emerging markets."
'Steps are needed to increase domestic savings. High growth economies consistently invest over 25% of their GDPs, including 7% on infrastructure.
As for mobilising domestic financing resources for the economy, domestic savings are expected to reach 11723.9 MTD against 10605.2 MTD in 2016, thus representing 11.7% of the disposable income and covering the overall funding needs by 47.9% against 47.5% expected in 2016.
This means that it can build up an amount of debt larger than its stock of domestic savings by incurring foreign liabilities.
In order to justify this ambitious prediction, the domestic savings target, which has already been set at what is questionably too high a level, is further increased.
Achieving improvement in domestic savings rate is one of the key challenges faced by the government," it said.
To increase domestic savings, which fell to 30% of gross domestic product, or GDP, in 2012-13 from the peak of 36.8% in 2008, the government has re-launched Kisan Vikas Patra, or KVP, a small savings scheme it had discontinued in 2011.The re-launched KVP offers 8.67% interest and will double the principal during its maturity period of 100 months.Though the investment matures in eight years and four months, one can redeem it after the lock-in period of two years and six months and thereafter in a block of six months by getting a pre-determined maturity value.KVP certificates will be in denomination of Rs 1,000, Rs 5,000, Rs 10,000 and Rs 50,000.
Where MC = Market capitalization as share of GDP proxy stock market development, FDI = Foreign direct investment as share of GDP, GNPC = GNP per capita proxied for economic growth, INF = Inflation rate, SAV = Domestic savings as share of GDP and [mu] is error term.
The focus should have been to increase domestic savings through devising appropriate macroeconomic policies and investment strategies to boost the growth using savings.
The RBI report also called the "fall in domestic savings and relatively high fiscal deficit" as other key concerns for the Indian economy.

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