The International Monetary Fund (IMF) delegation has returned to Washington after completed Pakistan’s visit.
According to the details, the IMF delegation reviewed Pakistan’s economy while the delegation also praised the Advisor Finance and their team for the steps taken to improve Pakistan’s economy.
The delegation also met with provincial governments and other stakeholders and the IMF Mission Chief applauded the efforts of the Government of Pakistan to achieve the goals.
The next review of Pakistan’s economy will take place in the first month of 2020, while the IMF delegation met with the Pakistani economic team led by Ramirez Rigo Ernesto and the Pakistani economic team was headed by Dr. Abdul Hafeez Shaikh.
It is to be noted that earlier today, discussions between the IMF delegation with the finance ministry had entered into the final stages during which the IMF delegation met with the finance, FBR, State Bank and other government officials and had a detailed conversation on the Revenue Collection of Pakistan.
A delegation of The International Monetary Fund (IMF) had arrived Pakistan on October 28.
A staff level delegation visited Pakistan to review progress of structural improvements and privatization.
Government spending and receipts were observed by the delegation.
The mission was concluded on percentages of Pakistan’s economy.