Islamabad: Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh, the Adviser to the Prime Minister on Finance, said that the economic reforms had grown the macroeconomic stability in the country.
While talking at the seminar in Islamabad, he said that the PTI lead government had brought several reforms in the economic policies.
He said that when the PTI government took power it was under tough situations from an economic point of view as well.
Shaikh said that PM Khan is doing various things for the development of the state, such as he improved the economic situations and generated the policies for the stability of the State Bank of Pakistan.
However, the indicators of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are being justified.
Dr. Shaikh also said that foreign investment has also moved 236 percent as a $600 million amount of investment earned by Pakistan from the previous few months.