ISLAMABAD: Adviser to Prime Minister on Commerce, Abdul Razak Dawood on Thursday informed that exports reached the country’s highest in the FY21.
Taking on to Twitter, the adviser to PM informed that exports of Pakistan were recorded at $25.3bn while the earliest highest number of exports were recorded at $25.1bn in FY 2013-2014.
He also stated that the exports of goods in the month of June 2021 were the highest than any other month at $2.7bn while the earlier highest was at $2.6bn in September 2013.
The minister also felicitated the exporters on achieving this milestone as the economy had suffered amidst the pandemic.
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