ISLAMABAD – Adviser to Prime Minister on Commerce and investment Abdul Razak Dawood said on Thursday said that the US remained the top export destination of the Pakistani products followed by China and United Kingdom (UK) during the first four months of fiscal year year (2021-22).
In a series of tweets, he said exports to the USA during July-October (2021-22) were recorded at $2080 million as compared to $1558 million during July-October (2020-21), witnessing 33% growth.
This was followed by China wherein Pakistan exported goods worth $935 million against the exports of $514 million last year.
Similarly, UK emerged as top export destination, where Pakistani products worth $742 million were exported during the months under review against the exports of $669 million during last year, Dawood said.
The adviser said that the country’s total exports stood at $9.44 billion during July-October (2021-22) as compared to the exports of $7.57 billion during July-October (2020-21), showing an increase of around $2 billion.
“Some of the products contributing to this increase in exports are Readymade Garments, Home Textiles etc,” he said.