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Pakistan will begin talks with the International Monetary Fund today (Wednesday) over International Monetary Fund (IMF) bailout package to help end a spiralling current account crisis.

IMF delegation is headed by Harald Finger, will stay in Pakistan till November 20, and would finalize the conditions for the loan.

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Ministry of Finance, State Bank of Pakistan (SBP), Federal Bureau of Pakistan (FBR) and other institutions officials would participate in talks with IMF.

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