Govt Has Set $38-$40 Billion Export Target

 Abdul Razak Dawood, says Pakistan’s exports touched the mark of over $25 billion over the last financial year, and now the government has set an export target of 38.7 to 40 billion bucks for the current financial year.


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Addressing a joint information convention with Prime Minister’s Special Assistant, Shahbaz Gill, in Islamabad this afternoon, he stated in June by myself our exports had been 2.7 billion bucks, while in the last month, they had been 2.three billion bucks. He stated the best exports were recorded in the IT sector, which grew by 47 percent, this means that IT exports crossed the mark of billion bucks. He stated this yr, we set a collective target of 38.7 billion to 40 billion bucks, which includes 31.2 billion bucks of products and 7.five billion bucks for offerings.

The Advisor stated the government is centered on an export-orientated coverage, except pursuing coverage of Make in Pakistan, to encourage local industry and make regionally produced goods that are internationally compatible for exports.


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Abdul Razak Dawood stated Pakistan has also got an export order of 10,000 motorcycles, which have become earlier standing at nil. He stated that the Honda company has also shown a hobby to shift a number of its products to Pakistan, which is an encouraging sign. He stated Pakistan has also started production regionally-made cell phone sets, which is decreasing the import of mobile telephones. He expressed the perception that exports of cell phones will quickly be started, which will also contribute to attaining the exports sector.

Speaking at the occasion, Shahbaz Gill stated that Prime Minister Imran Khan held an efficient assembly with exporters during which it's been determined that he's going to have interaction with them once a month to pay attention to their problems and to cope with them.

Source: ProPakistani

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