According to the provisional trade data for the month of October, the exports stood at US$2,066 million as compared to US$2,024 million last year
The Federal Bureau of Statistics released on Monday the quarterly figures of Pakistani current account status noting $5.8 billion in deficit
The trade deficit also recorded a decline of nine percent in August this year.
FBR tax collection and workers' remittances surged during the fiscal year 2019-20, showed the report.
The federal minister detailed that the country's imports were increased up to 20 per cent before the pandemic crisis which later affected the GDP up to 6 per cent.
The trade deficit also witnessed a 50 percent decline during May 2020 and remained at $1.46 billion.
The volume of the trade deficit remained at United States Dollar (USD) 19.5 billion during the first 10 months of the ongoing year, showed the PBS data.
Pakistan’s exports have witnessed an over 15 percent decline in the month of March, shows Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) data.
The month of February 2020 witnessed a 15 percent decline in the trade deficit and stood at US$1.93 billion, said a report issued by Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS).