Pakistan’s economy stabilised: PM Imran

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said the country’s economy had stabilised with all economic indicators moving towards a positive trajectory.


Addressing a signing ceremony of Super-6 310-MW Wind Power Projects in Islamabad on Friday, the prime minister said the rupee was gaining with the stock market showing positive sentiments and exports increasing.

“No other government had received such a deficit before then his government did,” the prime minister said.

“I have visited China three times and met their ministers along with the think tanks. China has brought 70 million people out of poverty, their policies are long-term,” he said.

“We, unfortunately, plan short-term. After every five years, we try to win the election for which we do short-term planning. This is the major difference between us and China,” the prime minister added.


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