Pakistan has a long history of borrowing from international lenders, beginning in the 1950s when it received loans from the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to help rebuild its infrastructure after independence. Since then, Pakistan has received loans from a variety of sources, including bilateral and multilateral lenders, as well as commercial banks. Overall, Pakistan's history of borrowing has been marked by both successes and challenges.


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