'Path of thorns': An IMF bailout set to impede Pakistan PM's populist agenda

  1. ‘Path of thorns’: An IMF bailout set to impede Pakistan PM’s populist agenda  Reuters
  2. For IMF Help, Pakistan Might Have to Disclose Its China Debts  Wall Street Journal
  3. Global growth is ‘probably not enough’ to withstand a trade war, IMF’s Christine Lagarde warns  CNBC
  4. Pakistan Bailout Exposes Potholes in Belt and Road  Bloomberg
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For IMF Help, Pakistan Might Have to Disclose Its China Debts

  1. For IMF Help, Pakistan Might Have to Disclose Its China Debts  Wall Street Journal
  2. ‘I would not associate Jay Powell with craziness,’ says IMF’s Christine Lagarde  CNBC
  3. Lagarde defends Fed interest rate rises after Trump attack  Financial Times
  4. Indian economy is going to be in top three, if not the top one, says IMF chief Christine Lagarde  Economic Times
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China says plots to disrupt ties with Pakistan will fail

China says plots to disrupt ties with Pakistan will failAny plots to sow discord in China’s ties with Pakistan will not prevail, the Chinese government’s top diplomat said on Tuesday, as Beijing fends off criticism of its economic projects in Pakistan and a clampdown in China’s western Xinjiang region. China has pledged $57 billion to build power stations, major highways, new railways and high capacity ports along the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, a key part of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s Belt and Road plan to further tie China to Eurasia.


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India 'arrogant' for cancelling rare meeting: Pakistan's Khan

India 'arrogant' for cancelling rare meeting: Pakistan's KhanIndia’s decision to cancel rare talks with Islamabad was disappointing and “arrogant”, Imran Khan said Saturday, after New Delhi accused Pakistan’s prime minister of harbouring an “evil agenda”. India pulled the plug on a meeting between its foreign minister and her Pakistani counterpart, set for next week on the sidelines of a major UN conference, just one day after saying it would go ahead. The foreign ministry in New Delhi blamed the about-face on recent actions that had revealed Pakistan’s “evil agenda” and the “true face” of Khan, who hit back on Twitter Saturday.


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