The government of Pakistan has set export target of thirty-eight billion dollars for the current fiscal year, the Adviser to Prime Minister on Commerce Abdul Razak Dawood has said.
According to medie reports, the Advisor on Commerce has made these remarks while addressing a conference in Islamabad on Wednesday. He said that the export target has been set after consultations with the relevant stakeholders.
However, Abdul Razak Dawood further stated that we will try to reach forty billion dollars mark. He expressed the confidence that the industries and the farmers will play their part to achieve the export target.
“Tariff rationalization is part of our Make in Pakistan strategy,” the Advisor said, adding that more tariff rationalization will be done in the next budget in order to facilitate different industries including the farmers.