PAKISTAN: Textile Quota Exports Increase
Pakistani's textile quota exports to the USA, EU, Canada and Turkey have gone up by over 30 per cent in value and 41 per cent in quantity. The increases happened during the first five-and-a-half months of the year. The total exports made to quota countries up to May 16 were 1,018.5 small- and medium-sized enterprises with a total value of $724.68m compared to $721.71m during the same time last year.
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