ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Minister of State for Finance Rana Muhammad Afzal Khan said on Thursday that despite challenges, the Country’s economy was gaining momentum and growth in large scale manufacturing, improved exports and good management of imports were helping in overcoming difficulties.
While talking to International Monetary Fund (IMF) Resident Representative for Pakistan Tokhir N. Mirzoev in Islamabad, the minister expressed the confidence that future would bring new and better opportunities for Pakistan.
The minister said the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) would prove to be a window of economic prosperity for Pakistan and benefit the whole region.
The IMF Resident Representative for Pakistan congratulated Rana Afzal on assuming his responsibilities as the minister of state and wished him well in his tenure.
Mirzoev informed the minister that his term would be expiring in March 2018 and he would be carrying home good memories of working in Pakistan.