Political pressure is crippling efforts to stave off an economic crisis in Pakistan. Will it become the next Sri Lanka?

Political stability is central to getting Pakistan’s economy back on track and avoiding a debt default. Ousted prime minister Imran Khan is pushing for early national elections as he taps into growing public anger amid soaring prices and acute shortages of fuel, food and other essentials.

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