Benefit of economic stabilization must reach the common man, PM
Prime Minister Imran Khan said that the advantage of the improvement in the economy must reach the common man at the earliest.
As per the details, PM Imran Khan expressed his opinion over a meeting held in Islamabad to review the country’s economic situation. During the talks, he expressed satisfaction over the economic stabilization in the country.
The premier said that with the government’s strategy to tackle the COVID-19 situation hailed at the international level, Pakistan’s economy was growing fast in the region, to which the economic team and their coordinated strategy deserved credit.
Federal ministers Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Makhdoom Khusro Bakhtiar, Muhammad Hammad Azhar, Advisor on Finance Dr. Abdul Hafeez Sheikh, Advisor on Institutional Reforms Dr. Ishrat Hussain, and Special Assistant to the PM Dr. Waqar Masood attended the meeting.
On the other hand, he also appreciated the economic team for their endeavors related to economic discipline and better debt management.
As per the details, Khan explained the positive trends depicted in the country’s Large Scale Manufacturing (LSM) sector as a good omen for the economy.
Above all, possible consequences of the second wave of coronavirus on the country’s economy were also discussed in the meeting. The attendees also talked about the protection of poor segments of the society through Kefalat Programme.
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