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Pakistan’s exports grew by 24% in first seven months of FY 2021-22

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Pakistan’s exports grew by 24% in the first seven months of the Fiscal Year 2021-22 as compared to the same period last year.

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Sharing the data on Twitter on Friday, the Prime Minister’s Advisor on Commerce Abdul Razak Dawood said that between July 2021 and January 2022, Pakistan’s exports grew by 24% to US$ 17.671 billion as compared to US$ 14.255 billion recorded in July-January 2021.

The advisor said that in January 2022, Pakistan’s exports increased by 18.7% to US$ 2.546 billion as compared to US$ 2.145 billion in January 2021.

The following are the provisional figures for export of selected commodities and market in January 2022;

Abdul Razak Dawood also said that a declining trend has been noticed in the monthly imports of the Country.

The advisor said that as compared to imports in December 2021 which stood at US$ 7.580 billion, the imports in January 2022 have declined by -22% to US$ 5.908 billion.

These were US$ billion 4.803 billion in January 2021, he added.

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