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Pakistan’s exports increased amid COVID-19

Pakistan’s exports crossed the $2 billion mark for a second consecutive month in November, Adviser to the Prime Minister on Commerce Razak Dawood announced in a tweet Tuesday.

The commerce adviser said exports have increased by 7.2% year-on-year in November, according to the provisional figures received by the government.

Taking to Twitter, Dawood wrote,

Exports increased to $2.156 billion in November 2020 as compared to $2.011 billion in November 2019.

Dawood explained furthered by sharing that for the first five months of the current year, the exports increased to $9.732 billion as compared to $9.545 billion over the same period last year.

Dawood gave credit to the “hard work of our exporters”, saying that they deserve praise for this achievement.

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