Pakistan’s Exports to US Cross $4 Billion Between July-April FY2021

Pakistan’s exports to the United States of America crossed the $4 billion mark during July-April 2021, as announced by the Advisor to the Prime Minister on Trade and Investment, Abdul Razak Dawood, on Tuesday.

He tweeted: “The United States continues to be an important market for us. We are happy to share that our exports to the US during Jul-Apr 2021 have increased by 29 percent to USD 4,092 million as compared to USD 3,173 million in Jul-Apr 2020”.


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He remarked in another tweet that it is a substantial increase of $918 million, and that “…credit goes to Pakistani exporters for making this possible under difficult global conditions”.

Dawood also commended the efforts of the Trade & Investment Officers of the Ministry of Commerce and other stakeholders, and urged them to provide maximum facilitation to Pakistani exporters and investors.


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Pakistan’s exports have been posting growths despite global uncertainties and economic challenges within the home industries. Earlier, the adviser had also shared statistics about Pakistan’s exports to Australia detailing a shoot up to $229 million during the current fiscal year.

Dawood had also advised the exporters to aggressively export to the remaining relatively untapped market of Australia.