In a recent positive update, Pakistan’s exports to the United States have crossed over the $400 million marks, yet again in December 2020, for the third-month consecutively. This marks the first time such a feat has been accomplished by the country.
Advisor to Prime Minister of Pakistan for Commerce and Investment Abdul Razzak Dawood took to Twitter today to share the positive development that:
Pakistan’s exports to the US grew by 27% to reach a total of $425 million in December 2020. Compared to last year’s achievement of $334 million during the same period, this is remarkable progress.
Moreover, this means that for the third consecutive month, Pakistan’s exports to the US have crossed the $400 million mark, with the first instance occurring back in October 2020 for the first time in the nation’s history.
Mr. Dawood took the opportunity to congratulate the exporters and urged them to continue to make efforts to obtain a greater share of the US export market.