Pakistani export marked 26% highest surge, says Razak

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ISLAMABAD: In the fiscal year 2021-22, Pakistan exports have marked the highest surge by 26 per cent from July to February, up to USD 20.552 billion, the Advisor to the Prime Minister on Commerce and Investment, Razak Dawood, stated on Wednesday.

The Advisor claimed on his official Twitter account, “In comparison to the July – February 2021 export of USD 16.324 billion, our exports have witnessed a significant rise of USD 20.552 billion from July – February 2022.”

“Our exports went up at a rate of USD 100 million per day, which is the highest rate for any month,” he remarked. Further informing, exports in February 2022 rose by 36% to USD 2.808 billion, opposed to USD 2.068 billion in February 2021, as per provisional (pre-PBS) statistics.


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