Pakistan has overtaken India in textile exports to the United States

  • Abdul Razzaq Dawood has said that the United States has become the only and largest exporter of textile during the Coronavirus era.
  • He said that besides Pakistan, China, Bangladesh, and Egypt are also prominent in this list.
  • The trade adviser said that the government has formulated policies for the textile industry and has also played a significant role in its exports.

Pakistan has overtaken India in textile exports to the United States

Increase in pakistan’s export to US

Prime Minister’s Trade Adviser Abdul Razzaq Dawood has said that the United States has become the only and largest exporter of textile during the Coronavirus era.

Those who have a hard time with textile exports are also said to be among the countries exporting textile products to Pakistan.

“We are a reliable business country to meet the demand for textiles,” said such a trade adviser. He said that Pakistan had achieved great success in this field before India and Bangladesh during the global epidemic during the economic challenges.

He said that besides Pakistan, China, Bangladesh, and Egypt are also prominent in this list. According to Abdul Razzaq Dawood, Chinese companies achieved most of their goals together with Pakistan.

The trade adviser said that the government has formulated policies for the textile industry and has also played a significant role in its exports. This means that our vision helps to promote a “Pakistan of human beings”. But nothing more can be done to reduce the production of cotton due to the many obstacles to avoid pain.

According to media reports, the Ministry of National Food Security and Research is expected to produce only 7 million bales of cotton this year as against the forecast of less than 2 million bales. But the Cotton Ginners Association has reviewed the lowest production estimate for this year at only 5 million bales.

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