Pak exports to UK stand at $1.7b



Vice President of the Federation of Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry , Sheikh Sultan Rehman said that Pakistan’s exports to United Kingdom stood at US$ 1.7 billion and Pakistan is mainly exporting textiles cotton fabrics, knitwear, readymade garments, bed wear and rice to UK.
He said this while speaking in a webinar on “Impact of BREXIT on Trade and Economy of Pakistan” organized by FPCCI Head Office Karachi, Regional Office Lahore and Capital Office Islamabad via Zoom Video Conference, said a statement on Friday.
Sheikh Sultan Rehman said that UK plays a key role in economic and social development of Pakistan and the balance of trade between Pakistan and UK is in favor of Pakistan. The Webinar was attended by Kamal Shahryar, Adviser on GSP Plus Trade Development Authority of Pakistan, Ms. Aaisha Makhdum and Baber Khan Joint Secretary and Deputy Secretary Ministry of Commerce, Asim Yousuf Vice President Pak-UK Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Dr. Zulfiqar Hyder Senior Economist.–APP

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