Pakistan’s Khan slams IMF, then seeks bailout. Why the change?

Prime Minister Imran Khan’s ambition of creating a “New Pakistan” has suffered a series of economic setbacks, forcing his administration to apply to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for an emergency bailout of more than US$8 billion, the largest in the country’s history of indebtedness.
When talks begin in the coming weeks, the country will have to make political compromises, as with its past dealings with the IMF, according to analysts.
IMF managing director…