PAKISTAN: Leather Export Target Set For 2001
Pakistani government officials have set a target of $620m for the export of leather products during 2001, a 22 per cent increase on 2000. Changes in fashion during the first five months of the current fiscal year have lead to a 31 per cent increase in the export of leather products and, according to the Pakistan Tanneries Association, that trend is set to continue for at least the next two years, raising the levels of exports even higher.
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