TEHRAN – Pakistan is going to sign an agreement with Iran to resume the banking transaction between two countries, as reported on Monday.
Ashraf Wathra, the Governor of State Bank of Pakistan, revealed that an agreement is to be signed between two countries for the resumption of banking transaction; authorities have signed all the agreements in this regard.
He said that we are working on to boost exports.
Wathra told that by the end of 2020 the Islamic banking would increase to 20 percent from the current status of 11.7 percent.
He insisted that in the present day the interest rate is lowest then the whole history of Pakistan.