Country exports, Razzaq Dawood

Country’s exports crossed over $2b for six consecutive months after 2011

 The country’s exports have for the first time crossed the two billion dollars mark for six consecutive months after 2011.

This was informed at a consultative meeting chaired by Adviser to Prime Minister on Commerce and Investment, Abdul Razaq Dawood in Islamabad, to review the trade trends.

The meeting was informed that the exports increased to 2.345 billion dollars last month, as compared to  2.068 billion dollars in February last, which shows an increase of 13.4 percent.




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