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  • Increasing exports only way out for heavily indebted Pakistan: PM

    ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday stressed upon the need for enhancing Pakistan’s exports to bring it at par with other countries of the region and world in the field in order to overcome the ever increasing financial woes of the country...

    Speaking at a high-level meeting, attended by heads of chambers of commerce, representatives of All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (Aptma) and exporter groups, the premier said...

  • Pakistan's exports to Qatar intact, so far

    PAKISTAN’S exports to Qatar remain intact so far, showing no signs of an immediate fall in the aftermath of a diplomatic and political row between Doha and other Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries...

    Merchandise exports to Qatar slipped to $52...

  • Spain third biggest destination for Pakistan’s exports

    ISLAMABAD: In an explicit outcome of the GSP+ facility, Spain has emerged as the third biggest destination for Pakistan’s exports proceeds during the financial year 2016-17, Pakistan’s Commercial Counsellor to Spain Dr Muhammad Hamid Ali said on Wednesday...

    In a statement, the commercial counsellor said Pakistan’s exports to Spain surged to $934...

  • Reviving Pakistan’s exports

    However, as I have pointed out in a number of opinion pieces in this newspaper, the issue is much deeper and more structural in nature, with Pakistan’s exports in secular decline for far longer than realised, especially when benchmarked against a range of relevant parameters...

    The global market share of Pakistan’s exports has been relatively miniscule, and has declined further over the past decade...

  • Pakistan starting soymeal exports

    HAMBURG: Pakistan, traditionally a soymeal importer, has started soymeal exports after importing large volumes of soybeans in recent months, European traders said on Monday...

    “Pakistan is now in the market to export up to 50,000 tonnes of soymeal...

  • Pakistan’s cricketing exports

    Pakistan has been producing world-class cricketers since Independence...

    Why go abroad?In a country where just about everyone loves cricket, where representing Pakistan is every cricketer’s ultimate dream but where opportunity can be provided to just 11 at any given time, so many others might get disheartened for the lack of opportunities coming their way...

  • Brexit will not affect Pakistan’s exports under GSP+: Dastgir

    ISLAMABAD: The British vote to leave the European Union (EU) would not immediately affect Pakistan’s exports under the Generalised System of Preferences Plus (GSP+) scheme, Commerce Minister Khurram Dastgir said on Wednesday...

    Both Britain and Germany are major destinations for Pakistani exports under the GSP+ scheme, which became effective on Jan 1, 2014 and will remain available for the next 10 years...

  • Pakistan’s sugar exports to further depress world prices

    LONDON: An influx of 500,000 tonnes of Pakistani sugar exports will intensify competition with Indian mills and Middle Eastern refineries, adding downward pressure to world prices, trade sources said on Wednesday...

    Pakistan will export 500,000 tonnes of sugar with a subsidy of Rs13,000 per tonne, a Finance Ministry official confirmed to Reuters on Wednesday...

  • Pakistan’s failing exports

    PAKISTAN’S exports have floundered in the past year and a half...

    After an increase of nearly 3pc in 2013-14, the US dollar value of exports declined by 5pc in 2014-15...

  • Indian cotton exports to Pakistan slump amid tensions

    MUMBAI: Rising hostilities between India and Pakistan have brought their $822 million-a-year trade in cotton to a juddering halt, as traders who are worried about uncertainty over supplies and driven by patriotism hold off signing new deals...

    Pakistan, the world’s third-largest cotton consumer, usually starts importing from September, but three Indian exporters said the number of inquiries had slowed to a trickle in the last two...

  • India’s cotton exports to suffer as Pakistan trims purchases

    MUMBAI: India’s cotton exports in 2016-17 are likely to fall 28 per cent from a year ago to 5 million bales as its top buyer Pakistan is set to halve purchases due to rising hostilities and improvement in its own production, industry and government officials said...

    The lower shipments to Pakistan from the world’s biggest cotton producer will help other suppliers such as Brazil, the United States and some African countries in raising...

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