ISLAMABAD: Adviser to Prime Minister for Commerce and Investment, Abdul Razak Dawood on Wednesday said that Pakistan’s exports of surgical instruments have increased during the period of July to April 2020-21 to the worth of $360 billion as compared to the amount of $315 billion of the same phase of FY 2019-20.

The country’s exports increased in the following sectors including the surgical instruments 14 percent, fish two percent, meat nine percent, leather garments seven percent, pharmaceuticals 28 percent, cement one percent, cutlery 39 percent, spices four percent and electric fans 41 percent during the period of July to April 2020-21 showed good growth as compared to the corresponding period last year 2019-20, the adviser on commerce said this on his official twitters account.

The adviser said this increase in exports of upcoming and value-added products augurs well for our exports’ base and the exporters of these products deserve full credit for it.


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