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The Times of India  3 hrs ago  Comment 
Analysts say Pakistan hopes to secure $8 billion in loans to avoid an economic meltdown. It also wants fresh loans from China, which has already invested heavily in roads and the energy sector. Pakistan has been approaching the IMF since the...
SeekingAlpha  48 min ago  Comment 
Reuters  3 hrs ago  Comment 
Pakistan has not yet formally approached the International Monetary Fund for financial assistance, but if bailout talks get underway this week, the goal will be to help Pakistan reach its full potential, the IMF's chief economist said on Tuesday.
Flightglobal  3 hrs ago  Comment 
Pakistan International Airlines intends to dry lease two Airbus A320s in the first quarter of 2019.
Reuters  Oct 8  Comment 
Pakistan's new government has decided to open talks on financial assistance with the International Monetary Fund amid a mounting balance of payments crisis, the finance minister told local television on Monday.
OilVoice  Oct 8  Comment 
The petroleum ministry of Pakistan has reportedly announced to that Saudi Arabia has granted an in-p ...
New York Times  Oct 5  Comment 
Supporters of Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif, the brother of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, said the detention was politically motivated.
Reuters  Oct 5  Comment 
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned on Friday that Pakistan needs to quickly secure "significant external financing" to stave off a foreign currency crisis, though it did not suggest who could supply the money.
Channel News Asia  Oct 5  Comment 
ISLAMABAD: The International Monetary Fund has called on Pakistan?s new government to act fast to stabilise its teetering economy, warning growth will likely slow and inflation rise, but made no mention of a new bailout deal. Former cricketer...
Reuters  Oct 4  Comment 
Saudi Aramco has agreed in principle to invest in an oil refinery in Pakistan, the Saudi-owned Al Arabiya television said on Thursday, without providing further details.
The Hindu Business Line  Oct 3  Comment 
It is important to call Pakistan’s bluff on many counts. But resorting to personal attacks is certainly not the best approach




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