Pakistan’s economic indicators are pointing out that economy is moving towards stability as after international organizations including Moody’s, International Monetary Fund and foreign media, now Asian Development Bank has also praised the steps which were taken to put economy on right path.
The ADB’s remarks came during a meeting of Prime Minister Imran Khan and Director General Central and West Asia of Asian Development Bank, Werner Liepach. Werner Liepach lauded the government’s steps for steering the country out of difficult economic condition towards stability. He said under the Financial Infrastructure Program, the Bank has contributed significantly towards construction of water resources, particularly the barrages in Pakistan.
During the meeting, PM Khan says the government has focused its energies on the uplift of poor segments of the population, particularly in the low cost housing sector. The Prime Minister said there is immense scope for expansion in the existing technical support in the Ehsas flagship program, low cost housing and provision of good quality food items to the people through Utility Stores.
He appreciated the ongoing support from the Asian Development Bank in social protection, agriculture sector, infrastructure development and towards financial efficiency in the country.
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17 November, 2019