Pakistan’s exports could be increased by $30 billion

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) government is focused to provide conducive environment and formulate pro-business policies to enhance exports of the country.

This was states by the Prime Minister Imran Khan while chairing a review meeting on the government’s steps to increase the volume of exports in Islamabad on Friday.

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On the occasion, PM Imran Khan has said that it is a priority of the PTI government to diversity the market and products to increase exports. The government has been preparing policies in consultation with the business community, he said, adding that the exporters are being fully facilitated.

The Premier further directed the Commerce Division to set targets for the Trade and Investment officers deputed in foreign countries.

During the meeting, the Prime Minister was informed that Pakistan’s exports could be increased by thirty billion dollars. For the purpose, 19 priority sectors, including information technology, poultry, rice, textiles, medicines, vegetables, salt, ceramics, nuts, leather and surgical tools need to be focused.

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