Commerce Division presents comparative analysis of exports of Pakistan to Prime Minister Imran Khan.
The presided over a review meeting on enhancing exports in Islamabad on Wednesday.
He emphasized on diversification of export products. Furthermore, he noted that the the government has been providing all possible facilities to exporters.
Commerce Division presents comparative analysis of exports of Pakistan
The Prime Minister underlined need to focus the countries that offer market for Pakistani products.
He directed for giving targets to the officers deputed at Pakistani missions abroad in this regard.
Meanwhile, the Commerce Division presented a comparative analysis.
It told the meeting that value added exports rose by 3.8 billion dollars in 2020-21 as compared to the exports done during 2015-18.
Officials informed the meeting that they recorded an increase of 2.7 billion dollars in export of non-traditional products.
That, they noted that came due to investment friendly policies and incentives to the exporters.
Moreover, they informed that they are taking steps to enhance volume of non-traditional products.
Those products included: food products, fruit, information technology and ceramics.
Meanwhile, the govt has set 38bn dollars export target for current financial year.
Adviser on Commerce Abdul Razak Dawood, said this, while addressing a conference in Islamabad on Wednesday.
He further said that the government set $ 38 billion exports target after consultations with the relevant stakeholders.
However, he said that we will try to reach forty billion dollars mark.