Pakistan has made progress in its economic reforms and the International Monetary Fund’s board will likely meet in late June to decide whether to clear the way for the latest installment in a $6.6 billion loan. Jeffrey Franks, IMF mission chief for Pakistan said “i’m encouraged by the overall progress made in pushing ahead with policies to strengthen macroeconomic stability and reviving investment and growth.”
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