Pakistan, IMF to begin consultations today

ISLAMABAD – Consultations between Pakistan and International Monetary Fund begin in Dubai today.

During the consultations, a detailed review of reforms carried out by the government in different areas of the economy, particularly the energy sector, will be discussed.

Ishaq Dar expressed the hope that the two sides will have a constructive round of discussions.

Chairing a meeting in Islamabad, he said that the reforms have enabled the country to achieve macro-economic stability.

He said the implementation of key structural reforms needs to be continued to foster higher, more inclusive and sustainable economic growth.