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Govt has set 38bn dollars export target for current financial year

Govt has set 38bn dollars export target for current financial year

Govt has set 38bn dollars export target for current financial year, said Adviser on Commerce Abdul Razak Dawood.

While addressing a conference in Islamabad on Wednesday, he 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.

Govt has set 38bn dollars export target for current financial year

Abdul Razak Dawood expressed the confidence that the industries and the farmers will play their part to achieve the export target.

The Adviser said tariff rationalization is part of our Make in Pakistan strategy.

He said more tariff rationalization will be done in the next budget in order to facilitate different industries including the farmers.

On the other hand, Pakistan has become a 4G Smartphone exporter within a short period of time.

Adviser to Prime Minister on Commerce and Industry, Abdul Razak Dawood said on Saturday.

“I would like to congratulate ‘Airlink Communications’ in playing an integral role in this process and exporting their first batch of 1500 locally manufactured smartphones to UAE” the Adviser said on his official twitter account.

He said that it is a small beginning for the company but a significant milestone for Pakistan’s mobile phone industry.

GTV

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