KARACHI: Pakistan has recorded a current account surplus for the fifth consecutive month, reporting a surplus of $447 million in November.
The current account stands at $1.64 billion in the ongoing fiscal year 2021.
The State Bank of Pakistan cited an improved trade balance and an increase in the flow of remittances for the recorded surplus.
Pakistan also recorded an inflow of $200 million worth of remittances through the Roshan Digital Accounts.
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