International Monetary Fund News
ISLAMABAD: International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said that has set
the stage for a deeper structural transformation to achieve higher and
more inclusive economic growth over the last three years Pakistan, Business92 reported.
Moreover, Managing Director of IMF Christine Lagarde also said by restoring
macroeconomic stability and strengthening the economy’s resilience
Pakistan has achieved a great deal over the past three years
in the context of its IMF supported programme, she also said in a letter
written to finance minister for Finance Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar.
Furthermore, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief also congratulated Ishaq Dar
for his accomplishments and appreciated the opportunity accored to her
to visit Pakistan for holding engaging discussions on the government’s
ongoing economic reform programme.
Christine Lagarde also visited Pakistan from October 24-26, during which
she held a range of meetings, including a call on the Prime Minister,
official talks with the finance minister and the government’s economic team.
Also, MD IMF in her letter dated November 2, reiterated the IMF’s
support to Pakistan in completing its transformation to a full fledged emerging market.