ISLAMABAD: Adviser to the Prime Minister on Trade, Textiles, Industry and Investment, Abdul Razzaq Dawood, on Monday disclosed that Pakistan’s total exports for the first seven months of the current financial year were “showing a bullish trend”.
Going to Twitter to share the news, Dawood said that Pakistan’s exports have maintained growth. “In January 2021, our exports grew by 8% to 2. 2.14 billion, compared to 1. 1.98 billion in January 2020, according to provisional statistics,” he said.
“Exports in July-January 2020-21 increased by 5.5% to US جن 14.245 billion as against US 13 13.507 billion in July-January 2019-20.
“For the seven months of fiscal year 2020-21, our total exports are showing a growing trend.”
The aide to the prime minister praised the country’s exporters for their commitment “despite the difficulties posed by the epidemic, the regional export situation and the contraction in major markets”.
He advised them to “please exporters to export their products and in case of any hindrance, proceed at full speed.”