Pakistan Highlights Reforms and Seeks Greater Investment at G-24 Meeting

Washington DC, Federal Minister for Finance and Revenue, Mr. Muhammad Aurangzeb, emphasized Pakistan’s ongoing economic reforms and the need for increased private sector investment during his address at the G-24 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors’ Meeting today.

According to Press Information Department, Minister Aurangzeb expressed gratitude towards the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank for their sustained support to Pakistan. He outlined significant reforms in the areas of taxation, energy, privatization, and digitalization. Additionally, he highlighted the necessity of leveraging the “Adaptation Fund,” aimed at assisting Pakistan in mitigating the adverse impacts of climate change.

The minister’s remarks underscored the importance of private sector engagement in Pakistan’s economic strategy and the critical role of international financial institutions in supporting the country’s developmental goals.

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