The World Bank says successful completion of an IMF-supported program has helped achieve macroeconomic stability in the country. 

According to the World Bank's June 2017 Global Economic Prospects, the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and a stable macroeconomic environment will give a spur to private investment in Pakistan.

It said favorable weather and increased cotton prices are supporting agriculture produce.

The report says Pakistan's growth is expected to be 5.7 percent s during the current financial year.

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