Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday once again congratulated the country’s exporters and Ministry of Commerce (MoC) for achieving record growth in exports last year in November and December as compared to India’s and Bangladesh’s which showed withering trades.
“I have received the regional export trends and this shows that, compared to our exports, the exports of India and Bangladesh for Nov/Dec 2020 showed negative growth,” PM said in a tweet. “I wish once again to congratulate the exporters and the Ministry of Commerce for this achievement.”
I have received the regional export trends and this shows that, compared to our exports, the exports of India and Bangladesh for Nov/Dec 2020 showed negative growth. I wish once again to congratulate the exporters and the Ministry of Commerce for this achievement. pic.twitter.com/lpmZa6MOl5
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) January 7, 2021
On January 1, Imran felicitated the Pakistani exporters on achieving “record exports in December 2020 with a growth of 18 per cent over the previous year.”
“Well done and keep up this trend,” the premier wrote on his official Twitter handle.
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“A major pillar of our government’s economic policy is export enhancement and we will provide full support to promote export culture,” he further said.
PM Imran also stated that the country was moving in the right direction with the policies aimed at bringing people out of poverty through wealth creation.
Speaking at the launching ceremony of new vehicles being introduced in Pakistan, the premier said the government will incentivise the business community and the industrial sector that will lead to increased exports.
“Wealth creation through exports will be used for uplifting the living standard of the ordinary people in the country,” he underscored.