ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan says Pakistan’s macroeconomic indicators are showing positive trajectory with reserves in a stable condition.
Chairing a meeting of the Macro Economic Advisory Group in Islamabad, he said the government has tackled both the economic disaster left by the previous government and COVID challenge, and now the economy is growing at a sustainable pace.
The Prime Minister said increase in Large Scale Manufacturing and value addition of goods, increased revenues and an increase in exports show that the policy measure taken by the government have started to bear fruits.
He said at the end of the current fiscal year, the economy will be growing at a higher rate as compared to the previous fiscal year.
The meeting was appraised about the current economic situation of the country, improving macroeconomic indicators and a comprehensive strategy to further strengthening the economy.