IMF team to visit Pakistan this month in final bailout push
ISLAMABAD, (DNA) – A mission team from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will travel to Pakistan this month, the IMF said on Monday, amid growing expectation that talks on a long-delayed bailout are due to be wrapped up soon.
Pakistan was last year expected to sign up for its 13th IMF bailout programme since the late 1980s but talks ground to a halt, with Pakistani officials saying the conditions attached to the proposed IMF loans could hurt economic growth.
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NDU delegation meets Moin ul Haque at Pakistan embassy in Paris
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