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Federal Finance Minister Miftah Ismail on Monday said that Pakistan is out of default risk, and the government increased petroleum expenses below worldwide economic Fund (IMF) programme.

Pakistan will not default, assures Miftah Ismail

In an interview with Bloomberg, Miftah stated that Pakistan decreased its imports through 35% to $5 billion in July, if you want to in flip assist take a look at the nation’s current-account hole, including that the spike in domestic power charges by way of 50% to win the IMF bailout.

In reaction to a question, Miftah Ismail stated that Pakistan has pop out of problems and now there’s no danger of default, including that Pakistan will make all outside payments on time last in the IMF program.

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