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Pakistan’s exports grew 17.3% in 1st month of FY 2021-22

BusinessPakistan’s exports grew 17.3% in 1st month of FY 2021-22
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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Pakistan’s exports grew at 17.3% to US$ 2.35 billion during the first month of the ongoing Financial Year 2021-22 (July) as compared to US$ 2 billion recorded in July 2020.

Sharing the figures on Monday, the Prime Minister’s Adviser for Commerce and Investment Abdul Razak Dawood said that these are the highest ever exports in the month of July.

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The adviser urged Pakistani exporters to move full speed ahead to make FY 2021-22 another record-breaking year for our exports.

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