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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan which is battling to save precious foreign exchange reserves by limiting imports has spent $1.2 billion on the imports of transportation items including luxury cars, high-end...ISLAMABAD: Pakistan which is battling to save precious foreign exchange reserves by limiting imports has spent $1.2 billion on the imports of transportation items including luxury cars, high-end...

$1.2bn spent on import of cars, other vehicles in six months despite crisis

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Pakistan is going through its worst economic crisis and is almost on the verge of a financial collapse, but despite that, the country is importing luxury cars and high-end electric vehicles like a spendthrift.  According to the reports by The News International newspaper, cash-strapped Pakistan has spent $1.2 billion on the imports of transportation items like luxury cars and electric vehicles during the last six months.Pakistan is going through its worst economic crisis and is almost on the verge of a financial collapse, but despite that, the country is importing luxury cars and high-end electric vehicles like a spendthrift.  According to the reports by The News International newspaper, cash-strapped Pakistan has spent $1.2 billion on the imports of transportation items like luxury cars and electric vehicles during the last six months.

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Where the move has affected country’s industry including car sector, the opulent class seem nothing to do with prevailing economic fuss and banned LCs.Where the move has affected country’s industry including car sector, the opulent class seem nothing to do with prevailing economic fuss and banned LCs.

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Pakistan is facing one of its worst economic crises ever, but that hasn't stopped the car enthusiasts in the country to import high-end vehicles from around the world. According to a report, Pakistan spent USD 1.2 billion on the import of transportation items, including luxury cars, high-end electric vehicles, and their parts, during the last six months.Pakistan is facing one of its worst economic crises ever, but that hasn't stopped the car enthusiasts in the country to import high-end vehicles from around the world. According to a report, Pakistan spent USD 1.2 billion on the import of transportation items, including luxury cars, high-end electric vehicles, and their parts, during the last six months.

Pakistan paid USD 1.2 billion for imported cars in 6 months despite a total collapse of its finances

The News International newspaper reported that Pakistan is facing an acute shortage of dollars and has less than USD 5 billion in its reserves with its State Bank. The report said this is hardly sufficient to finance three-week of its imports. Last year, the imports of these transportation vehicles and other items were reduced. However, many Pakistani are still buying expensive luxury vehicles and unnecessary goods burdening the economy.The News International newspaper reported that Pakistan is facing an acute shortage of dollars and has less than USD 5 billion in its reserves with its State Bank. The report said this is hardly sufficient to finance three-week of its imports. Last year, the imports of these transportation vehicles and other items were reduced. However, many Pakistani are still buying expensive luxury vehicles and unnecessary goods burdening the economy.

Pak spent USD 1.2bn on import of cars in 6 months despite crisis: Report

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