ISLAMABAD - The parliamentary committee of the PPP and PML-N headed by Finance Minister Abdul Hafeez Sheikh continued its deliberations on the 10-point agenda on Wednesday. Senator Ishaq Dar led the PML-N side. Sources privy to the deliberations told The Nation that the committee discussed at length the issues relating to national economy and ways and means to improve it. The committee discussed various measures being taken by the government to cut its expenditures. The committee for the first time took up the crucial issue of loss-making public sector entities including PIA, Pakistan Railways and Pepco in addition its deliberations on the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR). The committee would announce its consensus decisions today after deliberating thorny issues relating to economy. The parliamentary committee was set up by the ruling PPP to discuss the PML-Ns proposed 10-point agenda and implement it in order to tackle the major political and economic challenges facing the country. The PML-N has set out a 45-day timeframe for the PPP to implement its proposed agenda but has been expressing its dissatisfaction over the pace and progress in implementing its proposed agenda within the specific timeframe. Senator Ishaq Dar told the media shortly after conclusion of the meeting that he would speak about the details after conclusion of the three-day deliberations on Thursday.