KARACHI: Pakistan exports increased by 4.2 per cent to $16.300 billion in last eight months of the current fiscal year, says Abdul Razak Dawood in a tweet here on Monday.
The adviser to Prime Minister of Pakistan for Commerce and Investment said that “Ministry of Commerce would like to share that, Alhamdolillah, for 5th consecutive month, our exports have crossed the $2 billion mark.”
Our exports for Feb-2021 (28 days) stand at $2.044 billion as compared to $2,140 million for February 2020 (29 days), a decline of 4.5 per cent, he further added.
“For 8-months (Jul-Feb 2021) of the current financial year, the country’s exports increased by 4.2% at $16,300 million as compared to $15,643 million during Jul-Feb 2020.”
The advisor to the PM wish to congratulate exporters for their hard work in earning the foreign exchange for the country and urged them to market their exports even more aggressively.