Pakistan economy showing good signs: IMF mission chief
Mission Chief of IMF, Jeffrey Franks says Pakistani rupee has remained relatively stable against the US dollar.
The International Monetary Fund says Pakistani economy is showing good signs.
This has been stated by Mission Chief of International Monetary Fund, Jeffrey Franks while talking to mediamen at the conclusion of three-day talks between Pakistan and IMF in Dubai.
Referring to impact of drop in international oil prices, Frank said, it will help the energy problems of Pakistan.
The IMF Mission Chief said Pakistani rupee has remained relatively stable against the US dollar.
He said the government met the deficit target because of control on the expenditure.
About tax reforms, he expressed the hope that these are bearing fruit.