An economic challenge

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PIT) inherits critical economic and foreign policy challenges. The most immediate and urgent challenge for the elected government is to bridge the external financing and take a decision whether to avail International Monetary Fund (IMF) bailout package for the balance of payment. The way government tackles this defines the framework of the future.
Centric development could be the approach of upcoming government casing a financial trickle down effect. Social progress should be considered along with the economic a quick look at Pakistan’s many social ills – inequality, poverty, street children, law and order breakdown, violence against women, corruption, scattered governance – tells you to spin around Clinton’s famous line “It’s not just the economy, stupid. It’s more than that.” Hence, PTI’s stance on this situation of how it improves the capacity and quality of such social institutes can be revival architecture for the economy of the system.

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