Finance minister lauds World Bank for steady help


ISLAMABAD:

Finance Minister Shaukat Tarin has mentioned that the federal government is dedicated to implementing structural reforms in Pakistan and expects to have steady help from the World Bank in strengthening governance and enhancing service supply by way of institutional reforms within the nation.

According to a press launch issued by the Ministry of Finance on Wednesday, Tarin expressed these views throughout a gathering in Washington with World Bank’s South Asia Wing Vice President Hartwig Schaefer.

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The World Bank VP was accompanied by different members of his workforce whereas Tarin was joined by Federal Minister for vitality Hamad Azhar and Minister for Economic Affairs Omar Ayub by way of video hyperlink.

Tarin mentioned that the federal government was increasing social safety programmes to guard the economically marginalised lessons. The World Bank has a key function to play in enhancing service supply, the minister famous, including that the dynamic implementation of reforms must proceed to achieve the targets of financial progress.

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