Five-year plan may refer to:
- Five-year plans for the national economy of the Soviet Union, a series of nationwide centralized economic plans in the Soviet Union
- Five-Year Plans of Argentina
- Five-Year Plans of Bhutan, a series of national economic development plans created by the government of Bhutan since 1961
- Five-year plans of China (PRC), a series of social and economic development initiatives
- Five-Year Plans of Ethiopia
- Five-Year Plans of India, planning developed, executed, and monitored by the Planning Commission
- Five-Year Plans of Nepal
- Five-Year Plans of Pakistan, centralised economic plans and targets as part of economic development initiatives
- Five-Year Plans of Romania, economic development projects in [Communist Romania, largely inspired by the Soviet model
- Five-Year Plans of South Korea, an economic development project of South Korea
- Five-Year Plans of Vietnam, a series of economic development initiatives
- First Malayan Five-Year Plan, the first economic development plan launched by the Malayan government, just before independence in 1957
- Five years plan to governing aborigines - Japanese plan in the early twentieth century to control the native population of Taiwan
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