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IMF will audit $1.4bln given to Pakistan to help economy hit by COVID-19

ISLAMABAD- The IMF will audit $1.4 billion of additional funding it gave Pakistan in April 2020 to help the economy through the COVID-19 shock, the Pakistan government’s finance adviser Shaukat Tarin said on Monday.

“They have asked for it, and we have to do it,” he told a news conference in Islamabad hours after the IMF said it had reached an agreement with Pakistan that will help revive a stalled $6 billion funding programme. 

(Reporting by Asif Shahzad; Editing by Catherine Evans) ((asif.shahzad@thomsonreuters.com; +923018463683;))

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