ISLAMABAD: Worldwide Financial Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde is about to go to Pakistan in October, the primary such go to by an IMF head in a number of years.
Properly-positioned sources within the Finance Ministry informed DawnNews that Lagarde was anticipated to go to close to the top of October.
Affirmation of Lagarde’s go to comes weeks after the worldwide lender cleared cost to Pakistan of a remaining $102 million tranche in a $6.four billion three-yr programme.
Finance Minister Ishaq Dar on Monday chaired a gathering reviewing preparations for an upcoming CAREC ministerial convention to be held in October in Islamabad, in addition to visits by Lagarde and Asian Improvement Financial institution (ADB) President Takehiko Nakao.
Transport, power, commerce facilitation, and commerce coverage are precedence areas that could be mentioned on the 10-member CAREC discussion board.
Six multilateral establishments, together with the ADB, IMF, United Nations Improvement Program, World Financial institution, Islamic Improvement Financial institution and European Financial institution for Reconstruction and Improvement, may even be collaborating on the occasion.
The assembly was attended by senior officers of the Finance Division and Financial Affairs Division.
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