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Pakistan reaches accord with IMF on new bailout package - minister

Reuters India Sunday, 12 May 2019
Technical teams from Pakistan and the International Monetary Fund have reached agreement on a new three-year, $6 billion bailout package, Pakistani Finance Minister Hafeez Shaikh said on Sunday.
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