Pakistan’s exports grow by 43% in August 2021

BusinessPakistan’s exports grow by 43% in August 2021

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Pakistan’s exports for the month of August 2021 have grown by 43% to US$ 2.257 billion as compared to US$ 1.584 billion in August 2020, the Prime Minister’s Adviser for Commerce and Investment Abdul Razak Dawood said.

Sharing the figures on Twitter on Wednesday, Abdul Razak Dawood however said that the exports for August 2021 are short by US$ 143 million of our monthly target of US$ 2.4 billion for the month.

The adviser urged the exporters to double their efforts to market their exports in order to achieve our target.

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