According to Pakistan’s Prime Minister, Shehbaz Sharif, the coalition government difficult decisions have kept the country from defaulting.
According to the premier, the administration is doing everything possible to promote the country’s economy and is working hard to keep price hikes to a minimum and provide relief to the general populace.
PM Shehbaz discussed these ideas with a group from Jefferies, a famous international investment banking and financial markets firm, on Tuesday. The minister of finance, Ishaq Dar, also attended the conference.
The prime minister expressed regret over the unfounded reports regarding Pakistan’s economy and the disgusting attempts to stir strife.
Despite the political cost, he argued, the coalition government shielded the country from the ravages of the previous four years of “maladministration” by the erstwhile PTI-led dictatorship.
He also underlined that the administration is aiming to close the trade gap and provide every convenience to foreign investment.
The team was greeted warmly, and the prime minister invited the corporation to set up shop in Pakistan.
The group complimented Prime Minister Shehbaz’s leadership for efficiently addressing the nation’s economic difficulties and putting it on the path to economic stability, calling Pakistan’s economic recovery a great step.