ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Pakistan’s exports in February 2022 have increased by 36% to US$ 2.808 billion as compared to US$ 2.068 billion in February 2021, according to the provisional (pre-PBS) data.
Sharing the data on Twitter on Wednesday, the Prime Minister’s Advisor on Commerce & Investment Abdul Razak Dawood said that Pakistan’s export increased at the rate of US$ 100 million per day which is the fastest for any month.
The advisor said that for July-February 2022, Pakistan’s exports increased by 26% to US$ 20.552 billion as compared to US$ 16.324 billion during July-February 2021.
The import data will be shared shortly after it is confirmed by the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS), he said.
Feb’22: $ 2.81bn, +36% YoY, +7% MoM
8MFY22: $ 20.6bn, +26% YoY@StateBank_Pak @razak_dawood @Asad_Umar @Hammad_Azhar @aliya_hamza @MuzzammilAslam3#PBS #Exports #Trade #Economy pic.twitter.com/4Q2BHplczy
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