Dar looks to his country’s allies with optimistic eyes.

He asserts that Pakistan will not default and that the administration is doing everything it can to help the country navigate a challenging situation.

ISLAMABAD: According to Finance Minister Ishaq Dar, the government is putting up enormous effort to steer the economy out of the challenging position and onto the path of sustainable economic growth.

According to a press release, Dar stated that “friendly” countries were anticipated to materialize their commitments with Pakistan, which would pave the way to close the deal with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and revive the economy. Dar was speaking as the chief guest at an Iftar dinner hosted by the Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) in honor of foreign diplomats.

The final obstacle to the IMF rescue is a friendly delay.

He claimed that while Pakistan’s economy was predicted to grow and rank as the 18th-strongest in the world in 2016, it was now experiencing difficulties.

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