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Neither IMF programme suspended, nor World Bank loans withheld for Pakistan: finance ministry

After PML-N’s allegations, the Finance Ministry clarified that Pakistan’s IMF programme had not been suspended and neither has the World Bank withheld any loans for the country.

In a statement, the ministry said that the IMF team will visit Pakistan in August and review the economic performance of the country.

The ministry also said that Pakistan completed all the targets given by the Fund in March and claimed Pakistan had an excellent performance during the outgoing fiscal year.

On the World Bank, the ministry said that the lender has not stopped any loans to the country, adding that it approved a loan for Pakistan a day earlier.

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