Pakistan Plan Seeks Decade-High Growth as IMF Loan Nears End

  • Fiscal deficit estimated to decrease to 3.8 percent next year
  • GDP seen rising 5.7% in FY17 from 4.7% in the current year

Pakistan is targeting the fastest growth in more than a decade, proposing cutting taxes to boost exports and support farmers in its spending plan as it wraps up a three-year, $6.6 billion International Monetary Fund loan program.

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