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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) criticizes Pakistan’s proposed budgeting request.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) criticizes Pakistan’s proposed budgeting request, alleging that government has failed to apply an equal taxation structure.

The International Monetary Fund, known as the IMF, has criticized the Pakistani authorities over failing to establish an equal taxation system in its proposed annual financial plan..

Pakistani government has missed an opportunity: Perez Ruiz!

The International Monetary Fund dismissed Pakistani authorities with regard to its proposed revised yearly budgetary constraints, claiming it neglected to incorporate a fairer taxation structure. IMF’s official to Pakistan as a whole issued harsh critiques, raising more doubts regarding the efficacy in previous negotiations involving the impoverished Islamic country with its financial institution on a blocked rescue installment.

Subsequently, the plan also proposes an as much as a 35 percent rise in government-employed wages, which drew condemnation from analysts who wondered where the new government would create resources for development projects and compensation at a moment while the fiscal gap was growing to alarming levels.

According to Perez Ruiz, the Pakistani government is missing an opportunity to broaden the tax base in a more progressive way, and the long list of new tax expenditures reduces further the fairness of the tax system and undercuts the resources needed for greater support for vulnerable people.

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