Pakistan’s upcoming federal budget would entail an increase in tax revenue by about 1.155 trillion rupees ($6.6 billion), including 430 billion rupees in additional taxes, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Dawn reported.
However, the government would target a much lower recovery on account of the petroleum levy than the budgeted 610 billion rupees for the current fiscal year.
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