For The First Time Pakistan’s Export To US Crosses 5 Billion Dollars
Pakistan’s exports to the United States expanded by 39% to $ 5.2 billion in FY 2021, contrasted to $3.7 billion in financial year 2020, announced by the adviser to the PM Imran Khan on commerce Abdul Razak Dawood.
He tweeted on his Twitter account, which shows an expansion of $ 1.45 billion, and said, “This is the first run through in our set of experiences, of our fares to the U.S. developed by more than $ 5 billion.”
His tweet proceeded to peruse: “I have an extraordinary appreciation for the endeavors of our exporters and our business (TIOS) faculty in the US. I urge all our ITOs to help our exporters to extend our fare business.”
Exchange information delivered by the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics show that Pakistan’s fares expanded by 18.11% to $25.268 billion in July and June 2020-21 from $21.394 billion, contrasted and a similar time of the earlier year.