Pakistan is going to seek China’s help: Shaukat Tareen

ISLAMABAD, Feb 03 ( Alliance News): Finance Minister Shaukat Tareen has said that the IMF installments will strengthen the national economy and help to boost industry.

While talking to this scribe exclusively before leaving for China, he said China will be asked to bring its industry in Pakistan, the Prime Minister will ask China to include Pakistan in the agriculture plan.

Finace Minister said the country’s agriculture sector is much important for us and for national economy.

Sharing details of the IMF program for Pakistan, Finance Minister Shaukat Tareen said that the sixth installment of IMF has been approved, which is welcome for the economy.

Agreeing with the government’s economic policies, God willing, it will bring stability to our currency and economy.

He said that now we are going to China, this visit is not only politically important but also important for economic development. China is setting up its industry all over the world.

We will ask them to invest in Pakistan as well. Economic zones are ready in Pakistan. At present there are many opportunities for investment in Pakistan. Besides, Prime Minister Imran Khan During the visit, we will also discuss the Agriculture Transformation Project.

Agriculture is the backbone of our economic growth. He said that they are going to ask China to help us and bring their industry in Pakistan as well.

Trade Adviser Abdul Razzaq Dawood while talking to media before his visit to China said that his visit to China is very important. During the visit, they will discuss trade with China.

There will be a lot of benefits for the agriculture sector including rice and cement, which will increase our exports


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