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ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Economic Affairs Omar Ayub Khan said that Pakistan successfully completed six actions to reduce circular debt flow through reducing power generation costs, decarbonising energy mix, improving efficiency, and retargeting electricity subsidies under Program for Affordable and Clean Energy (PACE-I).

The minister took to Twitter and appreciated the World Bank for disbursing US$ 397 million under Program for Affordable and Clean Energy (PACE-I).

The minister expressed that government’s efforts for economic reforms are being recognised by the international financial institutions (IFIs) and the international community.

Energy sector circular debt shows contained growth in FY21

He stated, “Pak successfully completed six actions to reduce circular debt flow through reducing power generation costs, decarbonising energy mix, improving efficiency and retargeting electricity subsidies under PACE.”

This inflow would also help to strengthen forex reserves and exchange rate.

The World Bank disbursed this budgetary support loan of US$ 397 million last night, he added.

Keeping in view the current exchange rate position, it would help to stabilise exchange rate, especially PKR versus USD.

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Sheheryar Sep 30, 2021 09:29am
Govt took loan to reduce Circular Debt. ???? This nation is emotional not stupid!
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