No time frame for talks with IMF: Finance Ministry

A spokesman for the finance ministry said no time frame could be set for talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

The country representative of the IMF said that the sixth review talks with Pakistan are underway, Pakistan’s steps are being reviewed to complete the talks. The IMF officials said that Pakistan’s economic policies and reforms for the talks. Reviewing

On the other hand, the spokesman of the Ministry of Finance said that no time frame can be given for negotiations with the IMF.

It may be recalled that Finance Advisor Shaukat Tareen and Governor SBP Raza Baqir had held talks with the IMF in the United States and in this regard, the Governor SBP said that there would be good news soon regarding talks with the IMF.

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