Islamabad, January 03, 2021 (PPI-OT): Adviser to the Prime Minister on Commerce and Investment, Abdul Razzak Dawood has expressed his satisfaction that the exports in December last year have shown an increase of 18.3% percent to the tune of 2,357 million dollars as compared to 1,993 million dollars in December 2019. Presiding over a consultative meeting in Islamabad, he said the export figures shows the resilience of the economy of Pakistan and is a vindication of the government’s policy to keep the wheels of economy running despite COVID-19 pandemic.
The previous six months performance of exports was also discussed in the meeting. Abdul Razak Dawood also paid glowing tributes to exporters for this performance during testing times and urged them to aggressively focus on capturing a larger share of international exports.
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