The IMF acknowledges the improvement in Pakistan's economy
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Islamabad: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned of risks to Pakistan despite its economic stability, admitting that its economy has improved. The country report for Pakistan issued by the IMF has said that Pakistan’s economy has improved, but despite economic stability, the economy is facing threats.

The report said that inflation in Pakistan is gradually decreasing, and economic stability has returned to a moderate growth rate. The IMF has said Pakistan’s economic outlook faces several challenges, and policy reforms must continue for solid and sustainable economic growth.

The IMF has urged the government to implement fiscal targets strictly, protect people with low incomes, and implement structural reforms. The country report further states that the signs of economic stability in Pakistan are vital, and a market-based exchange rate policy should be maintained.

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