In a tweet shared by Prime Minister’s Advisor on Commerce and Investment Abdul Razak Dawood, Pakistan reported a record increase in December 2020 exports compared to the previous year. Exports stood at a staggering $2.357 billion compared to $1.993 billion in December 2019, which shows that the economy is recovering at a stable rate despite the pandemic second wave.
While announcing the figure, this is what the advisor said on Twitter:
It gives me immense pleasure to inform that, Alhamdolillah, according to provisional data, Pakistan exports for month of December 2020 have grown by 18.3% to USD 2.357 billion as compared to USD 1.993 billion in December 2019, an increase of USD 364 million over December 2019.1/4
— Abdul Razak Dawood (@razak_dawood)