ISLAMABAD (APP) - The Economic Survey of Pakistan for year 2009-10 would be launched here on Friday, June 4. Advisor to the Prime Minister on Finance, Dr. Abdul Hafeez Shaikh will launch the pre-budget document highlighting the over all performance of economy during the out- going fiscal year, providing a realistic feedback and basis for planning. The survey covers the development of all the important sectors of economy including growth and investment, agriculture, manufacturing, mining, fiscal development, money and credit, capital markets and inflation and debt and liabilities. The survey also highlights the performance of education, health and nutrition, besides showing the overall population, labour force and employment, poverty, transport and communication. It also assesses the issues of environment, contingent liabilities, tax expenditure as well as economic and social indicators. The government has approved Rs.663 billion Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) for the year 2010-11, bringing about a paradigm policy shift to prioritise ongoing near-completion projects. The federal component of the PSDP is Rs.280 billion, a 25 increase over the realized PSDP of the last year while the component of provinces is Rs.373 billion, an increase of 53 percent over the previous years realized PSDP allocations. Rs.10 billion were approved for the Earthquake Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Authority (ERRA). out of the total PSDP of Rs.663 billion, Rs.78 billion was foreign exchange component. The government has also approved 4.1 percent GDP growth achieved during the outgoing financial year of 2009-10 while it has also set a the economic growth target of 4.5 percent (GDP target) for the next financial year 2010-11.