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Miftah says trade deficit in August narrows by 27%

Pakistan’s trade deficit in August narrowed by 27 percent from the same period in 2021, Finance Minister Miftah Ismail said on Thursday. Imports fell by...

Pakistan’s trade deficit rises to new record in outgoing fiscal

Pakistan’s trade deficit ballooned to an all-time high of $48.66 billion in the outgoing fiscal year from $30.96bn a year ago, indicating an increase...

Trade deficit swells to massive $39 billion in 10 months

Pakistan's 10-month (July-April) trade gap widened 64.8 percent to a massive $39.26 billion, indicating that pressure is mounting on the country’s external balances with...

Pakistan’s trade deficit stays high at $32bn

Pakistan’s trade deficit remained significantly high at $32 billion in the first eight months of the current fiscal year as the pace of increase...

Pakistan’s trade deficit grows above $28bn in FY22

Pakistan’s trade deficit widened to $28.8 billion in the first seven months of the current fiscal year, which was more than the annual target...

Pakistan’s trade deficit doubles in current fiscal year

Pakistan's trade deficit has gone up nearly 100 percent at $24.78 billion so far in the current fiscal year from $12.36 billion in the...

Trade deficit to come down in 2022 as it has passed its peak

The out-of-control trade deficit has peaked and it is expected to come down in the second half of the fiscal year, between January and...

Pakistan’s exports increased by 54% in July-Aug

The latest statistics released by the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics have shown that the exports of the country increased by almost 54 percent in...

Pakistan’s out-of-control trade deficit jumps to $11.7Bn

Pakistan’s trade deficit rose by 100% during the first quarter of the ongoing fiscal year. The country experienced an exceptional surge in its imports...

Pakistan’s trade deficit posts YoY spike in September

Pakistan's merchandise trade deficit for the month of September 2021 clocked in at $4.1billion compared to a deficit of $2.4bn in the corresponding month...

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