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The meeting is said to be crucial as the South Asian country is just a few weeks away from announcing its Federal Finance Bill for the financial year of 2018-19, Xinhua news agency reported citing local media reports.
Islamabad is set to unveil the federal budget on April 27.
Ismail will stay in Washington for three days where he will hold meetings with US officials.
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