December 4, 2020 (MLN): Despite rise in Covid-19 cases across the globe, Pakistan’s exports have shown a strong recovery.
Taking to its official Twitter handle, State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) on Friday said, “Pakistan's exports have surged a strong recovery notwithstanding a continued rise in global Covid-19 cases.”
The latest provisional exports figures for the month of November 2020, shared by Advisor to Prime Minister for Commerce and Investment earier this week, also indicate a rising trend of country’s exports as it clocked in at USD2.156 billion, which has been the highest monthly figure in November during last 10 years.
As per provisional figures for the month, significant growth has been witnessed in exports of Home Textile (20%) Pharmaceutical products (20%), Rice (14%), Surgical goods (11%), Stockings and Socks (41%), Jerseys & Pullovers (21%), Women’s Garments (4.3%) as compared to November 2019.
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