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ISLAMABAD, Nov 2 (APP):Advisor to Prime Minister on Commerce, Razzak Dawood said Monday that exports of the country were back on track to pre-Covid-19 levels.

In a tweet, the advisor said that the exports from the country maintained the growth trend in October 2020 and crossed the $2 billion mark after July 2020 and are back on track to pre-COVID- 19 levels.

He said the growth was despite the contraction in country’s major markets due to COVID-19 and the uncertainty created by recent resurgence of the COVID-19 pandemic.
He congratulated all the exporters on this success.

“Alhamdolillah, our exports have maintained the growth trend in October 2020. Our exports have crossed the 2 billion mark after July 2020 and are back on track to pre-COVID- 19 levels. This is despite the contraction in our major markets due to COVID-19 and the uncertainty created by recent resurgence of the COVID-19 pandemic. I wish to congratulate all our exporters,” he tweeted.

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