Govt eyes on increasing Pakistan’s exports to $57bn by 2025
ISLAMABAD: In a bid to boost the exports of the country, the Ministry of Commerce has unveiled a new five-year trade policy aimed at increasing exports to $57 billion by 2025.
As per the policy document, 18 industries have been prioritised in order to increase the country’s export volume.
The government intends to increase exports to $57 billion, $40 billion in value-added textile and textile exports, $1.384 billion in leather exports and $3 billion in rice exports under the new trade policy.
According to the details, the government has formed a comprehensive network in the form of an Executive Committee and National Export Development Board which will be responsible for the implementation of the policy.
Moreover, Rs44.72 billion have been allotted for the implementation of the policy.
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