ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s outgoing Finance Minister Mifta Ismail will not accept any other official post after leaving the ministry, with Ishaq Dar being made the country’s finance minister again after almost 7 years.
Fortunately, after being sworn in as a member of the upper house of the Senate, he will take his position at a time when global crude oil prices are falling, thus giving him financial opportunities to lower the price of petroleum products.
Miftah Ismail said in a statement that he would resign from the finance ministry. His replacement finance minister will face a tough challenge to enlist the help of international donors to get the dollars. exchange rate stability.