KARACHI: According to the figures issued by the Ministry of Commerce on Thursday, the export value of Pakistan in March of the current fiscal year was recorded at $2.3bn, the monthly highest in the last ten years.
The Adviser to Prime Minister on Commerce and Investment, Abdul Razzak Dawood in a tweet announced that the value of exports increased by 13.4% since February and recorded at $2.345bn.
For the period Jul-March of FY-21, the exports reached $18.6bn showing a surge of 7pc as compared to the exports of $17.4bn of the same period of last fiscal year.
The minister also informed that the imports during the period of July-March of FY-21 reached $39.2bn as compared to the imports of $34.8bn in the same period of last fiscal year.
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