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Finance Minister Miftah Ismail stated Friday that Pakistan used to be heading in the proper direction, however he did no longer rule out the opportunity of the country dealing with awful days ahead.

Miftah Ismail says Pakistan on ‘Right Track’,

In his address to an event at the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) in the metropolis, the finance minister said: “We are on the right track, however for sure we may see horrific days. However, we are on the proper tune and if we manage our imports for three months, we can increase our exports via a number of means.”

The incumbent authorities faced an uphill venture of ending oil and electricity subsidies when it got here to strength — and after plenty deliberation, it did put an cease to them as the country needed the support of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

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