"The IMF is encouraged by the overall progress made in pushing ahead with policies to strengthen macroeconomic stability and reviving investment and growth. Economic indicators are generally improving, with growth continuing to gain momentum, inflation on a downward trajectory, and credit to the private sector rebounding sharply. GDP growth is now expected to rise by 4.3 percent in fiscal year 2014/15 (to
"The meetings and discussions held with Finance Minister Senator
"The mission thanks the Pakistani authorities and technical staff for their cooperation and reaffirms the IMF's support to the government's efforts to implement their economic reform agenda."
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