Pakistan earns $80 million from export of engineering goods

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Islamabad

Pakistan has earned $80.002 million from the exports of engineering goods during the first five months of the current fiscal year, Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) reported. According to the PBS data, the earnings from exports of engineering goods witnessed an increase of 17.71 percent during July-November (2020-21) when compared to the exports of the same months of the last fiscal year (2019-20). Among the engineering goods, the exports of electric fans increased by 15.54 percent by growing from $8.690 million to $10.040 million. However, the exports of transport equipment decreased by 3.75 percent, from $4.903 million to $4.719 million.
The exports of other electric machinery increased by 27.03 percent from $14.672 million to $18.638 million while machinery specialized for particular industries increased by 27.83, from $16.756 million last year to $21.420 million.—APP

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