FRDL

AcronymDefinition
FRDLFundacja Rozwoju Demokracji Lokalnej (Poland)
FRDLFlandres Récupération Démolition et Location de Matériel (French demolition company)
FRDLFront Républicain et Démocrate Légaliste (French: Legalistic Republican and Democratic Front; Madagascar)
FRDLFlight Recorder Downloader
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He urged the government to take all appropriate measures for strict implementation and compliance of FRDL Act, 2005 and to increase the revenue, reduction in government expenditures, efficient utilization of public debt and improve the debt-carrying capacity of the country to finance growing development needs of Pakistan.
This will be far more effective than any limit on the level of debt-to-GDP ratio, as in the FRDL.
During the last one decade Government of Pakistan was unable to meet the first three conditions of FRDL Act 2005 which reflects poorly upon the nature and quality of fiscal management of the country.
The federal government of Pakistan is operating under the Fiscal Responsibility and Debt Limitation (FRDL) Act since 2005.
Total revenues and current expenditure must be brought down to zero as stipulated in the Fiscal Responsibility and Debt Limitation (FRDL) Act of 2005.
ISLAMABAD -- Asserting that the Debt to GDP ratio has hiked beyond the Fiscal Responsibility and Debt Limitation (FRDL), Finance Minister Asad Umar said on Wednesday that the government would reduce it gradually and put it in a better position at the completion of its tenure in 2023, compared to what it had received when assumed power in 2018.
The sources said that the debt office did not endorse this position and wrote a dissenting note while referring to the FRDL Act.
The high ratio violates the Fiscal Responsibility and Debt Limitation (FRDL) Act of 2005.
Also, this high ratio is in contravention of the Fiscal Responsibility and Debt Limitation (FRDL) Act 2005.
He said that the government should introduce policies for fiscal consolidation and ensuring fiscal discipline in line with the guidelines provided by the FRDL Act 2005.
As of July-March 2017, the net public debt stood at 59.3 percent below the threshold of 60 percent as prescribed in FRDL Act.
Fiscal Responsibility and Debt Limitation (FRDL) Act was promulgated in Pakistan in 2005.