The loan, under the IMF's anti-poverty programme, runs for three years and allows the Pakistan to draw $109m immediately.
Pakistan's case for borrowing the money was strengthened by its recent, first-ever completion of an IMF loan programme.
Its also won backing following its co-operation in the war on terror and the lifting of US-im
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