Dar refutes Reuters report on China’s $2 billion loan to Pakistan

Author: APP/ Web Desk

Minister for Finance and Revenue Affairs Muhammad Ishaq Dar on Friday strongly refuted a recent Reuters report that China did not disburse $2 billion to Pakistan on March 23, calling the report baseless and speculative.

Responding to Senator Mian Raza Rabbani’s concerns over this report, the minister said that China had always offered Pakistan unwavering support on all issues of core national interest.

He said, “It’s extremely shocking that the finance ministry officials are unaware of this recently published report.”

“The report is baseless and speculative,” he stated.

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