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How was PM Imran Khan visit to malaysia?



Posted By: Muhammad Asif, Dated : 11-22-2018



Malaysian Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad has thanked his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan for visiting Malaysia.

Dr Mahatir took to Twitter shortly after Prime Minister Imran Khan concluded his two-day official visit to Malaysia.

Dr. Mahathir Mohamad sees off PM Imran Khan after completion Khan's official visit.

Malaysian PM tweets, "@ImranKhanPTI I thank you for visiting Malaysia and I wish you and your delegation a productive time here."

Dr Mahathir was confident that PM Imran Khan's visit will spur greater cooperation and exchanges between Pakistan and Malaysia and its and peoples, and our two regions.


Url:https://www.thenews.com.pk/latest/396793-mahathir-mohamad-thanks-pm-imran-khan-for-visiting-malaysia

Posted By:Muhammad Asif , Dated :11-22-2018


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Should Pakistan go to the IMF?



Posted By: Muhammad Asif, Dated : 09-29-2018



The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is not the only choice for Pakistan or It is not a good choice

 

The loan option is the easiest practice for any inexperienced and weak administration. They should find venues to bring the investments and revenue not going to the IMF for the additional loans to payout their bills on tough conditions.
 
 
  • The current Pakistan's administration should consider the collection of taxes from the people of Pakistan and issue a notification to file tax returns and pay dues if they owe.
  • Reduce establishment lavishly living expenses and stop their cuts and percentages on major projects.
  • If overseas Pakistanis can contribute in dams and campaigns, they also have the capacity to invest in growth projects in Pakistan if they get the assurance from the Government of Pakistan that the establishment of Pakistan will not enjoy with their contributions and the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) will collect unbiased and impartial taxes from the people of Pakistan.


Developing dams on donation is not the Pakistan's priority. Their priority should be to make Pakistan stable and a debt free country. It is time to take the intelligent decisions instead of the hasty decisions which may make the Pakistan's economical condition worse.

Posted By:InfoTaxSquare.com , Dated :09-29-2018


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Finance Minister Asad Umar on Friday said that the government had no plan to go for a programme with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) instantly to get fresh loans.

Url:https://www.dawn.com/news/1435683

Posted By:Muhammad Asif , Dated :09-29-2018


Avoid IMF loan is the best option

They should seek better option and collection of taxes, reducing lavishly establishment expenses and the foreign investment is a better choice for the Pakistan.


Posted By:InfoTaxSquare.com, Dated :2018-09-29 18:53:54

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