Charting Pakistan’s Future A Strategic Blueprint for Economic Transformation

Pakistan’s economic landscape presents a multifaceted challenge12 for the newly appointed government, which inherited the reins from a caretaker administration that showcased a semblance of Stabilization. At the surface, indicators such as a reduced current account deficit, attributable to a narrowing trade gap, along with a marginal surplus in tax collection targets and a dip in inflation from the previous years zenith, paint a picture of economic recovery. These developments were buoyed by a Stand by Arrangement (SBA) with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), secured by the preceding government, alongside additional financial support from Saudi Arabia and the UAE. Read More….

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