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Pakistan Export Grow By 3.9% in the First Half of the Fiscal Year 2011-12

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by January 26, 2012 General

Karachi: Pakistan’s exports during December 2011 were valued at US $ 1.854 billion which was 11.5% per cent lower than the level of US $ 2.094 billion during December 2010. Imports during December 2011 were valued at US $ 4.261 billion registering a growth of 13.6 per cent over the level of imports valued at US $ 3.751 billion in December 2010.

Cumulative figure shows that Pakistan’s exports during July-December 2011-12 were US $ 11.241 billion, while in the corresponding period of the last year 2010-11 exports were $ 10.815 billion, which shows 3.94 per cent growth. Imports during July-December 2011-12 were $ 22.713 billion as compare to $ 19.102 billion during the same period of the year 2010-11, registered a 18.9 percent growth.

For more information, contact:
Trade Development Authority of Pakistan
5th Floor, Block A, Finance and Trade Centre, Shahrah-e-Faisal,
Karachi 75200
Pakistan.
PABX: 92-21- 9206487-90
UAN: 92-21-111-444-111
Email: tdap@tdap.gov.pk
Website: www.tdap.gov.pk

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