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Pakistan agrees IMF deal, but will they stick to it?

The agreement of a loan deal between Pakistan and the IMF today should put the economy back on a more secure footing and limit the biggest downside risks. However, past experience suggests that the government will struggle to stick to the tough spending promises it has agreed to. There is a high risk that Pakistan reneges on the deal once the immediate crisis has passed.

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