Artificial Intelligence Initiative: Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan

When Imran Khan became prime minister of Pakistan in August 2018, the country’s economy faced twin deficits – foreign exchange reserves were running low and the fiscal deficit had reached breaking point. The government turned to international organisations for help and began embarking on a serious economic reform programme.

Over the past two years, the number of new companies registered in Pakistan has more than doubled, and the number of new financing projects under way has ballooned

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