Pakistan’s leather products exports increase by 8.39% in the first 2 months of FY2021
Statistics showed that leather garments worth $52,531,000 were exported in the first two months of the FY2021.
Pakistan’s leather products’ exports grew by 8.39% during the first two months of the current fiscal year (FY) 2021 (from July 1st, 2020, to June 30th, 2021) as equated to the exports of the corresponding period of the last fiscal year, the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) said on Monday.
According to the data revealed by the PBS for the months of July and August, leather products valuing $98,232,000 were exported, compared to the exports of $90,626,000 in the same period of the last fiscal year.
Statistics showed that leather garments worth $52,531,000 were exported in the first two months of the FY2021 compared to leather garments worth $51,411,000 of the same period of last fiscal year, reflecting an increase of 2.18%.
Likewise, the exports of leather gloves surged by 15.26%. Leather gloves worth $43,109,000 were also exported during July and August of the current financial year compared to the exports valuing $37,400,000 of the same period of last fiscal year, the statistics added.
The exports of all ‘other’ leather products soared by 42.81% during the period under review as exports went up from 1,815,000 U.S. dollars to 2,592,000 U.S. dollars during July and August of the current fiscal year.
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