IMF happy with Pakistan's Economic Reforms
The Wall Street Journal reported that International Monetary Fund (IMF) has credited Pakistan’s prudent monetary and fiscal policies and other measures to be a reasons for its improvement in the country’s economy, .
Director IMF Middle East and Central Asia Department, Masood Ahmed following his visit to Pakistan said: “The authorities have made progress with consolidating macroeconomic stability, strengthening public finances and rebuilding foreign-exchange buffers.”
The director also called on the Pakistani government to broaden the tax base which would increase revenue and reduce debt.
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