KARACHI: The nation’s exports in November rose 7.2 per cent year-on-year to $2.156 billion from $2.011bn in November 2019, Adviser to PM on Commerce and Funding Abdul Razak Dawood mentioned in a tweet on Tuesday.
Exports in the course of the month underneath assessment had been highest in 30 months since peaking at $2.227bn in Might 2018.
“I would like to share that in absolute value, our exports have increased to $2.156bn in November as compared to $2.011bn in November 2019. For the first five months of the current year, the exports have increased to $9.732bn as compared to $9.545bn over the same period last year,” mentioned Dawood.
“This has been due to hard work of our exporters and they deserve praise for this accomplishment.”
He congratulated exporters for the rise in exports in these tough instances of rising variety of Covid-19 circumstances within the nation and world.
In the meantime, the Federal Board of Income (FBR) on Tuesday mentioned that it collected income of Rs347bn in November towards the goal of Rs348bn, the board’s spokesperson mentioned on Twitter.
“The FBR has collected Rs1,688bn net revenue in the current fiscal year from July to November against target of Rs1,669bn whereas revenue collected was Rs1,623 billion in the previous year,” he mentioned.
Earnings tax assortment for July to November stood at Rs577bn. Equally, assortment of gross sales tax, federal excise responsibility, customs responsibility remained at Rs743bn, Rs104bn and Rs264.4bn, respectively.
Earlier, provisional income collections launched by the federal government on Monday confirmed income collections for November at Rs346bn.
Revealed in Daybreak, December 2nd, 2020