Islamabad: According to Abdul Razak Dawood, the Prime Minister’s Adviser on Commerce and Investment, Pakistan’s exports to China have increased by 31% in the last nine months.

Mr. Dawood announced the achievement in a series of tweets on Sunday.

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He said, “The Second Phase of Pakistan-China FTA (FTA-II) became operational on 1st January 2020. MOC is glad to share that during Jul-Apr 2021 our exports to China have increased by 31% to USD 1.951 Billion from USD 1.491 Billion in corresponding period last year.”

He further added, “The exports increased by USD 459 million during this period. This shows that our FTA-II is working for which the credit goes to our exporters. I encourage the exporters to aggressively utilize the tariff preferences in FTA-II.”

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“I also commend the efforts of MOC’s Trade & Investment Officers @Hussain26Haider @badrpk and urge them to provide even greater facilitation to our exporters & Investors,” he stated.

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