ISLAMABAD (Online) - The World Bank has decided to lift sanctions imposed on the budget support for Pakistan in 2007 due to misuse of loans during Shaukat Aziz regime. Finance Ministry sources told Online Monday that the WB had decided to lift the ban on budget support following successful talks between the government and the Bank. In the event of withdrawal of this ban, Pakistan is likely to get loan amounting to $1.36 billion on soft terms for its several projects during the current fiscal year. Sources said WB is likely to provide $300m for Tarbela Dam expansion project and $120m for Punjab barrage renovation project in the next month.