Exports have seen a rise recently in Pakistan in the month of November rose around 7.2 per cent to $2.156 Bn from $2.011 Bn in the year 2019. Advisor of the Prime Minister on Commerce and Investment Abdul Razak tweeted the factual data.
The month under review reported that the exports were the highest in past 30 months since peaking at $2.227 Bn in May 2018. Furthermore, he explained that, “I would like to share that in absolute value, our exports have increased to $2.156bn in November as compared to $2.011bn in November 2019. For the first five months of the current year, the exports have increased to $9.732bn as compared to $9.545bn over the same period last year,”.
Abdul Razak Dawood further praised the exporters and their hard work by saying, “This has been due to hard work of our exporters and they deserve praise for this accomplishment.”