The Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) is yet to release the export statistics for the month of October, the adviser to PM Khan on Commerce Abdul Razak Dawood claimed that the exports of Pakistan are back to the pre-corona levels. He further said that there is a positive growth of more than $2 billion in October.
As per reports, the adviser posted on Twitter that the exports have maintained the growth trend in the month of October 2020. He further wrote that the exports have surpassed the $2 billion mark after the month of July 2020 and are back on the track of the pre-COVID levels.
He also said that this is despite the limitation in the major markets owing to the coronavirus and the uncertainty that has been created by the recent rise of the coronavirus cases.
Razak Dawood also lauded the exporters on the latest achievement.
In the meantime, in another post on Twitter, the adviser expressed satisfaction with the surge in the exports of pharmaceuticals. He tweeted that he is happy to share that their pharmaceutical exports gave gotten off to a good start this year. He further wrote that in terms of value, the exports have grown by 22.6 percent in the first quarter to $68.1 million in comparison to $55.6 million in the corresponding period in 2019.
According to Mr. Dawood, this has been attained owing to the hard work of the pharmaceutical exporters and the renewed focus of the government on exports. He also expressed gratitude to the SAPM on Health Dr. Faisal Sultan for his support to the pharma industrial sector.