During the first month of the current financial year FY21-22, July 2021, Pakistan’s exports have grown by 17.3 percent, to $2.35 billion, announced Adviser to Prime Minister on Commerce, Abdul Razak Dawood, through his Twitter account on Monday.
This figure is up from $2 billion exports recorded in July 2020, he informed, adding, “These are the highest ever exports in the month of July.”
The adviser wrote, “I urge our exporters to move full speed ahead to make 2021-22 another record-breaking year for our exports.”
Notably, the official figures for imports and trade deficit are yet to come. Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) also has yet to release official import, export figures.
Source: Pro Pakistani