Pak Economic Stability at Stake
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Pak Economic Stability at Stake

The International Monetary Fund has said that Pakistan may not be able to achieve its economic growth targets set for the current fiscal year, APP reported. The statement came after IMF representatives concluded their consultations with the finance minister and officials of the finance ministry in Dubai. Talks pertaining to a three-year loan repayment program backed by the IMF had kicked off in Dubai on March 28, with Minister of Finance Ishaq Dar leading the Pakistan delegation. Over the course of the discussions, the IMF urged the finance ministry to continue the reforms promised under an IMF-backed program in order to achieve economic stability and growth.


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