Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the government was compelled to pass on the impact of oil prices in international market to consumers for averting further debt burden on the country.
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ISLAMABAD, Jan 1 (APP): Prime Minister Imran Khan Friday congratulated the exporters as the country witnessed record growth of exports by 18 percent in December 2020 comparing the previous year.

“Well done & keep up this trend,” the prime minister said on Twitter.

Calling the export enhancement a major pillar of his government’s economic policy, the prime minister assured to provide full support for promotion of the export culture.

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According to provisional data shared by PM’s Commerce Adviser, Abdul Raza Dawood, Pakistan’s exports for the month of December 2020 have grown by 18.3 percent to $ 2.357 billion as compared to $1.993 billion in December 2019 – an increase of $ 364 million.

Urging the exporters to aggressively focus on capturing a larger share of international trade, the advisor said, “exporters you are a great asset for our country & i salute you all.”

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