USA, UK and China major markets for Pakistani exports, SBP

Exports to US, UK and China increased

ISLAMABAD:         USA, UK and China have remained the top destinations for Pakistani exports during first two months of the current financial year (2019-20), according to State Bank of Pakistan.

 

Country-wise breakdown of exports

USA

Total exports during July-August (2019-20)            $714.570 million

Total exports during July-August (2018-19)            $689.963 million

Total increase                                                                  3.56%

 

China

Total exports during July-August (2019-20)            $293.431 million

Total exports during July-August (2018-19)            $290.668 million

Total increase                                                                  0.95%

 

UK

Total exports during July-August (2019-20)            $285.943 million

Total exports during July-August (2018-19)             $301.184 million

Total decrease                                                                  5.06%

 

UAE

Total exports during July-August (2019-20)            $272.572 million

Total exports during July-August (2018-19)             $239.644 million

Total increase                                                                  13%

 

Germany

Total exports during July-August (2019-20)            $220.766 million

Total exports during July-August (2018-19)             $233.935 million

Total decrease                                                                  5.5 percent

 

Afghanistan

Total exports during July-August (2019-20)            $166.515 million

Total exports during July-August (2018-19)            $240.475 million

Total decrease                                                                 30.8 percent

 

Bangladesh

Total exports during July-August (2019-20)            $123.322 million

Total exports during July-August (2018-19)             $106.337 million

Total increase                                                                  13.8 percent

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