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IMF announces 50 650 billion funding for member countries

The IMF has announced 6 650 billion in funding for member countries, the largest in its history.

A statement from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said that funding for member countries has been increased to control Corona, with ڈنگ 275 billion being provided to developing and poor countries.

According to the statement, the IMF Executive Board has approved the funding and the funding will be available to all member countries from August 23.

SBP sources said that Pakistan is likely to get 2 2.8 billion from this decision and this amount is expected to be received by the end of this month.

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