ISLAMABAD: Adviser to Prime Minister on Commerce, Textile, Industry and Production Abdul Razak Dawood said that exports have crossed $2 billion marks in November.
The commerce adviser in a series of Tweets has said that the country’s exports have increased by 9.6 percent as compared to last year.
For the period Jul-Nov, the Trade Balance has decreased by about USD 5 billion. This is a saving of USD 5 billion for the national exchequer and has a major impact on reduction of the Current Account Deficit. @ImranKhanPTI @PTIofficial @pid_gov @anusukhera @Emergingpk 3/5 pic.twitter.com/7nojwoIE7B
— Abdul Razak Dawood (@razak_dawood) 1 December 2019
“Alhamdolillah!Pakistan’s Exports in November 2019 have once again crossed the $2 billion mark. Hats off to our exporters and the team at the Ministry of Commerce. Exports have increased by 9.6% as compared to last year,” he Tweeted.