Tag Archives: IMF

Post-Budget situation

Post-Budget situation

June 11th was the lucky day for Hammad Azhar, Minister of State for Finance and Economic Affairs as he presented federal budget in the National Assembly of Pakistan for the first time in his public life. This budget is in …

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Pakistan’s Pre-budget scenario

Pakistan’s pre-budget scenario

Image source:  https://www.google.com Former finance minister Asad Umar, who made a speech at the extra-budgetary consultation and scheduled conference in Islamabad (02.04.19) indicated full agreement with thoughts on “elite capture” and “inheritance tax”. The financial crisis may be the biggest …

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Falling account deficit

Falling account deficit

In developing countries, researchers see that the current account deficit is regarded as one of the significant reasons for unsteady growth. Thus, the controllability of current account deficit and the selection of strategies to be implemented play a determining role …

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Review of deal with IMF and economic challenges

Review of deal with IMF and economic challenges

Present statistics showed that Pakistan’s economy faces tough challenges in this global environment and still has been struggling since previous year with spiraling fiscal deficit and current account, and steepening inflation rate in the previous 3-month. The economists also recorded …

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Review of rising interest rate

Review of rising interest rate

To sustain the price stability, researchers revealed that the Reserve Bank of any country manage the money supply of that country. Therefore, monetary policy plays its role to stable the economic growth by the number of channels. Researchers also recorded …

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