Adviser to the Prime Minister on Commerce and Investment Abdul Razak Dawood has claimed that Pakistan’s monthly exports have crossed the two billion dollars mark for seven consecutive months for the first time over a decade.
Mr Dawood on his official social media account on Twitter on Sunday said.
The adviser said that “the export growth of 129 per cent over April 2020 cannot be taken into account due to lockdown last year”.
He said exports for July-April 2021 grew by 13 per cent to $20.879 billion as compared to $18.408 billion during the same period last year.
Dawood pays tribute to exporters
“Our exporters deserve full credit for making this possible under testing global conditions,” said the adviser.