WASHINGTON (APP) - Finance Minister Abdul Hafeez Shaikh has said Pakistan will continue with reforms in key areas of economy under a home-grown programme to achieve overall improvement and sustainable economic growth. We will continue on the reform path and we will continue with mobilisation of taxes, Shaikh said. The finance minister, who had met IMF and World Bank leaders, said Islamabad was serious about reforming its power sector. He discussed cooperation with IMF Deputy MD Nemat Shafik, Pakistans $11.3 billion programme with the Fund would conclude on September 30, officials confirmed. However, Shaikh said, the cooperation would go on continue. The finance minister said the IMF leader appreciated the positive results coming out in the first two months of the current fiscal year. Explaining the importance of Islamabads commitment to reforms, Shaikh said, the reform programme that Pakistan will develop will be home-grown but it will continue to focus on the areas that have been part of the Funds arrangement. In this respect, he referred to reforms including domestic tax mobilization, which includes self-sufficiency and allowing greater space for the private sector so that they are more competitive. The finance minister also led his team of economic managers at a meeting with World Bank MD Sri Mulyani Indrawati and discussed economic development cooperation. They discussed availability of International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) financing for infrastructure projects in various sectors, including water and energy. The World Bank agreed to look for providing IBRD financing that will help Pakistan in completion of Tarbela IV project. Officials said the World Bank leader expressed the financial institutions support for Pakistans development. Earlier, the finance minister discussed trade and economic cooperation with his Iranian counterpart Shamseddin Hosseini. The two finance leaders looked at collaboration in the financial sector, transit arrangements and investment prospects.