Exports to Australia surge by 33pc in FY21: Razak

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Adviser to Prime Minister of Commerce and Investment Razak Dawood said on Wednesday that Pakistan’s exports to Australia increased by 33 percent during the fiscal year 2020-21 as against the exports of the previous fiscal year (2019-20).

In a tweet, the adviser said that the country’s exports to Australia were recorded at $281 million during FY21 against the exports of $211 million in FY20.

The adviser congratulated the exporters for accomplishing this new record exports to Australia and encouraged them to aggressively export to this important market.

He also commended efforts of Ministry of Commerce and Consul General of Pakistan in Sydney and urged him to facilitate exporters of Pakistan more to boost country’s external trade.

“I am pleased to inform that for FY’21, our exports to Australia increased by 33% to $281 Million as compared to $211 Million in FY’20.

I congratulate our exporters on accomplishing this new record export to Australia & encourage them to aggressively export to this important market …I also commend efforts of MOC’s Trade & Investment Minister @ashraf179 & urge him to facilitate our exporters even more,” —APP

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