Web Desk: Pakistan borrowed more than ارب 13.53 billion in foreign loans in the first 11 months of the current financial year, including تین 3 billion from Saudi Arabia. According to the report, Pakistan has received more than سا 13.5 billion in external debt in the first 11 months of the current financial year.
The report said that in the first 11 months of the current financial year, the external debt was estimated at more than 14 14 billion, of which more than ارب 13.53 billion was received from Saudi Arabia in the form of safe deposits. Three billion dollars is also included. In May, Pakistan received an external loan of کروڑ 505 million, but in May of this financial year, no loan was taken from commercial banks.
A report released by the Ministry of Economic Affairs said that foreign loans included more than ارب 4.25 billion in multilateral loans, including more than ارب 2.62 billion in loans from foreign commercial banks. Pakistan has taken more than کروڑ 593.3 million in bilateral loans in 11 months, while the issuance of bonds will raise more than دو 2 billion.