Exports of cutlery increases by 22.5 percent in first five months of current fiscal year: Dawood


Adviser on Commerce Razaq Dawood has said the exports of cutlery have increased by 22.5 percent to 55.23 million dollars during the first five months of current fiscal year as compared to 45.07 million dollars in the same period last year.

In his tweets today (Saturday), he said this is a welcome development.

The Adviser urged the exporters to focus on nontraditional exports in order to diversity their export products. He said geographical and product diversification is also one of the pillars in the Strategic Trade Policy Framework.


Source: Radio Pakistan