Pakistan’s exports to the United Kingdom increased by 33 percent to $2.025 billion during FY2021 as compared to $1.526 billion during FY2020, as announced by the Adviser to the Prime Minister on Commerce, Abdul Razak Dawood, on Friday.
He tweeted that this shows an increase of $499 million, and wrote, “The UK is a very important trading partner & is the first time that our exports have crossed $2 billion mark”.
The MOC is pleased to inform that our exports to the United Kingdom increased by 33% to $2.025 billion during FY’21 as compared to $ 1.526 billion during FY’20, an increase of $499 million. The UK is a very important trading partner & is the first time that our exports
— Abdul Razak Dawood (@razak_dawood) July 2, 2021
The adviser added, “I would like to commend our exporters for this remarkable accomplishment. I also commend MOC’s Trade & Investment Officers in the UK & urge them to work harder in finding opportunities for our exporters & provide facilitation to our businessmen”.