ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Pakistan’s IT exports grew by 39 percent in the period July-November 2020, standing at US$ 763 million as compared to US$ 549 million in the corresponding period last year, the Prime Minister’s Adviser for Commerce and Investment Abdul Razak Dawood said.
In a statement on Twitter on Wednesday, the adviser felicitated the IT exporters for sustaining the growth in Pakistan’s IT exports.
Abdul Razak Dawood said that I have always believed in the abilities of our IT entrepreneurs.
“I urge exporters to aggressively market their IT exports,” he said.
The adviser ensured that the Ministry of Commerce will provide maximum facilitation for this purpose wherever required.