On the way to progress-Pakistan’s 15 Major Exports in 2019-2020 (Jul-Sep)

In this current fiscal year, the most valuable exported product in months August and September was knitwear ($780 million).

  • Pakistan is the 68th largest export economy in the world.
  • According to the latest reports, total exports of Pakistan are recorded as $1.8 billion in September 2019.
  • Pakistan’s Total Exports expanded 29.2 % in Sep 2019, compared with an increase of 18.1 % in the previous month.

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Pakistan is the 68th largest export economy in the world. In this current fiscal year, major exports of Pakistan in August and September were knitwear, readymade garments, Bed wear, textile, rice, fish, meat, fruits, footballs, footwear, carpet rugs, Pharmaceutical, leather goods, cutlery.

In the latest reports, total exports of Pakistan are recorded as $1.8 billion in September 2019. The trade balance of Pakistan has recorded a deficit of $2 billion in September 2019.

Pakistan’s Total Exports expanded 29.2 % in Sep 2019, compared with an increase of 18.1 % in the previous month.

Pakistan’s Major 15 Exports 2019-2020 (Jul-Sep)

  1. Knitwear: $780 million (11.14% increase in value).
  2. Ready-made Garments: $667 million (11.5% increase in value).
  3. Bed wear: $600 (2.84% increase in value).
  4. Art, Silk & Synthetic Textile: $78 million (8.37% increase in value).
  5. Rice: $470 million (50.76% increase in value).
  6. Fish: $79 million (18.21% increase in value).
  7. Meat: $71 million (52.25% increase in value).
  8. Fruits: $111 million (10.20 % increase in value).
  9. Footballs: $42 million (13.59% increase in value).
  10. Footwear: $37 million (26.30% increase in value).
  11. Carpets, Rugs: $17 million (9.6% increase in value).
  12. Pharmaceutical: $55 million (12.35% increase in value).
  13. Leather Goods: $131 million (10.41% increase in value).
  14. Surgical Goods: $105 million (21.42% increase in value).
  15. Cutlery: $24 million (18.7% increase in value).

The top export destinations of Pakistan are the United States ($3.5B), Germany ($1.9B), China ($1.85B), the United Kingdom ($1.46B) and Afghanistan ($1.39B).


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