A delegation of The International Monetary Fund (IMF) will arrive in Pakistan on October 28.
According to details, a staff level delegation will review progress of structural improvements and privatization.
Government spending and receipts will be observed by the delegation.
As per the sources, the mission will conclude percentages of Pakistan’s economy.
Last month, A meeting was called by the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) delegation with Prime Minister Imran Khan, to review Pakistan’s economic condition and ongoing bailout package given by the fund to Islamabad.
Adviser Prime Minister on Finance Dr Abdul Hafeez Sheikh, Governor State Bank Dr Reza Baqir and Secretary Finance Naveed Kamran Baloch were present in the meeting.
According to the details, IMF Director for Middle East and Central Asia Jihad Azour is leading the delegation.
A Finance Ministry representative said the delegation is here to review the programme as per schedule.
The officials of the ministry of finance briefed IMF over the tax target.