Peshawar: Finance Minister Asad Umar has confirmed that Pakistan is near signing an settlement for financial help bundle with the Worldwide Financial Fund.
Finance Minister was addressing a ceremony at Chamber of Commerce and Trade in Peshawar on Monday.
Asad Umar stated this a day after Prime Minister Imran Khan held assembly with IMF chief on the sidelines of World Governments Summit in Abu Dhabi.
After getting assurances from Prime Minister Imran Khan for endeavor structural reforms, the IMF’s Managing Director, Christine Lagarde, reiterated the Fund’s readiness to help Pakistan.
Asad Umar went on to say that IMF has proven flexibility on its place.
He stated, “PTI authorities will simplify the tax process to be able to widen the tax internet.”
Asad Umar whereas underscoring the significance of accelerating commerce with neighboring nations stated Pakistani merchandise have an enormous potential in Iran, Afghanistan and different nations of the area, Radio Pakistan reported.