Pakistan’s GDP development have to be elevated by 6 to 7 per cent: Shaukat Tareen

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Finance Minister Shaukat Tareen. Photo: File

ISLAMABAD: The Federal Finance Minister  Shaukat Tareen has mentioned that based mostly on his 49 years of expertise within the financial sector, he is aware of what ought to be performed to spice up the nation’s economic system. 

“The country’s GDP growth must be increased by  at least 6 to 7 per cent,” Shaukat Tareen maintained.

The newly-appointed finance minister was talking throughout a gathering on the Prime Minister’s House in Islamabad two days in the past.

 Chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan, the assembly was additionally attended by Federal Energy Minister Hammad Azhar in addition to the social media crew of the PTI.

During the assembly, Prime Minister Imran Khan mentioned that he has  “full confidence” in Shaukat Tareen’s skills because the finance minister, including that he has recognized him for the final 35 years.

“I am confident that Shaukat Tareen will come up with better planning for the further stability of the country’s economy,” the prime minister mentioned.

It ought to be recalled that final week, PM Imran Khan had — for the sixth time — reshuffled the federal cupboard and appointed Shaukat Tareen because the nation’s new finance minister.

Tareen had changed federal minister Hammad Azhar, who was appointed because the nation’s finance minister in March when the premier changed Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh.

Consequently, Hammad Azhar was appointed because the minister for power, changing Omar Ayub.