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In anticipation of the upcoming elections, Pakistan’s interim government is in the final stages of planning to divest the financially struggling Pakistan International Airlines (PIA).

This move aligns with the government’s dedication to restructuring state-owned enterprises, serving as a pivotal element in achieving budgetary goals set with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a substantial $3 billion bailout.

The caretaker administration has been granted the authority to implement necessary measures to meet the agreed-upon targets. In pursuit of this strategy, The blueprint for PIA privatization has been devised with the collaboration of Ernst & Young, a global consulting firm.

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The plan is poised to enter a critical phase where it will be presented to the cabinet for approval. This presentation will determine the mode of sale, whether through a tender process or a government-to-government deal. This decisive choice will mold PIA’s future and align with the broader objective of improving the efficiency and financial solidity of state-owned entities.

As Pakistan undergoes these strategic transformations, the privatization of PIA emerges as a substantial stride toward achieving financial objectives and securing a more sustainable economic future. The consequences of this decision are likely to exert enduring effects on the aviation industry in Pakistan, contributing to the ongoing endeavors to fulfill the terms of the IMF bailout.

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