1. Current account gap shrinks 42pc - Newspaper - DAWN.COM  DAWN.com
  2. C/A deficit falls 54pc YoY to $703m in August  The News International
  3. Pakistan's current account deficit shrinks by 42% to $703m  Geo News
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KARACHI: The current account deficit decreased by $512 million on a monthly basis to $703m in August, which shows a...KARACHI: The current account deficit decreased by $512 million on a monthly basis to $703m in August, which shows a...

Current account gap shrinks 42pc - Newspaper - DAWN.COM

Current account deficit narrows down by 42% in Aug this yearCurrent account deficit narrows down by 42% in Aug this year

Trade gap shrinks at the cost of economy

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s textiles exports have increased 6.37 percent to $1.57 billion in August 2022 compared to last month’s $1.48 billion exports, with all major components –...ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s textiles exports have increased 6.37 percent to $1.57 billion in August 2022 compared to last month’s $1.48 billion exports, with all major components –...

Textiles exports increase 6.37pc in Aug 2022

ISLAMABAD -The export of pharmaceuticals goods from the country has witnessed an increase of 14.72 percent during the first two months of financial year (2022-23) asISLAMABAD -The export of pharmaceuticals goods from the country has witnessed an increase of 14.72 percent during the first two months of financial year

Pharmaceutical goods’ export increases 14.7pc in two months

Pakistan's Current Account Deficit (CAD) in August shrank by 42.13%, the State Bank of Pakistan reported on Wednesday.Pakistan's Current Account Deficit (CAD) in August shrank by 42.13%, the State Bank of Pakistan reported on Wednesday.

Pakistan's Current Account Deficit in August shrinks by 42% MoM - Pakistan Observer

The major food imports include the country's main food staple wheat, palm oil and soybean oil among others, according to the latest stats issued by the bureau on ThursdayThe major food imports include the country's main food staple wheat, palm oil and soybean oil among others, according to the latest stats issued by the bureau on Thursday

Flood-hit Pakistan's food imports surge 65% during first two months of FY23 | Business Standard News

September 21, 2022 (MLN): The current account deficit for the month of August narrowed to $0.7 billion, compared to $1.21bn during July, latest data released by the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) showed on Thursday.  "CAD fell to $0.7bn in August compared to $1.2bn in July. Cumulatively, Jul-Aug FY23 CAD declined by $0.5bn to $1.9bn compared […]

August CAD narrows to $0.7bn - Mettis Global Link - News

The main export commodities during last month were knitwear, readymade garments, cotton cloth, rice

Country's exports witness increase of 40.53 % during first 2 months of current fiscal year

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan imported mobile phones worth $101.864 million during the first two months (July-August) of the...ISLAMABAD: Pakistan imported mobile phones worth $101.864 million during the first two months (July-August) of the...

Cell phones worth $102m imported in July, Aug - Business & Finance - Business Recorder

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According to Arif Habib Limited, petroleum imports increased by 30 percent on month-on-month basis to USD 1.9bn during August 2022.According to Arif Habib Limited, petroleum imports increased by 30 percent on month-on-month basis to USD 1.9bn during August 2022.

Petroleum imports increased by 30pc in August-AHL

Different food commodities worth $725.024 million exported from the country during first two months of current financial year (2022-23), where as food items costing $1.783 billion imported as well to tackle with the domestic requirements. Food group exports from the country during first two months o ..Different food commodities worth $725.024 million exported from the country during first two months of current financial year (2022-23), where as food items costing $1.783 billion imported as well to tackle with the domestic requirements. Food group exports from the country during first two months o ..

Food Commodities Worth $725.024 Mln Exported In 2 Months Of FY2022-23 - UrduPoint

SBP cites $0.5b increase in exports and contraction in imports by $0.2b as main reasons behind this declineSBP cites $0.5b increase in exports and contraction in imports by $0.2b as main reasons behind this decline

Pakistan's current account deficit shrinks by 42% to $703m

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Pakistan current account deficit recorded a contraction of 19 per cent during first two months (July – August) of the current fiscal yearPakistan current account deficit recorded a contraction of 19 per cent during first two months (July – August) of the current fiscal year

Pakistan current account deficit narrows by 19% in July – August - Pkrevenue.com

Pakistan current account deficit recorded a contraction of 19 per cent during first two months (July – August) of the current fiscal yearPakistan current account deficit recorded a contraction of 19 per cent during first two months (July – August) of the current fiscal year

Pakistan current account deficit narrows by 19% in July – August - Pkrevenue.com

Pakistan textile sector has witnessed a pick in its exports during month of August 2022 which touched $1.6 billion markPakistan textile sector has witnessed a pick in its exports during month of August 2022 which touched $1.6 billion mark

Pakistan textile exports up by 6%

Deficit lowest since February 2022Deficit lowest since February 2022

Fewer imports help Pakistan lower current account deficit by $500m - Money - SAMAA

ISLAMABAD: The exports from Pakistan in rupee terms witnessed an increase of 40.53 per cent during the first two months of current fiscal year (2022-23) as compared to the corresponding month of last year, Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) reported. The exports during July-August (2022-23) were recorded at Rs1,043,046 million as against the exports of […]

Exports increase 40.5pc to Rs1.04tr in 2 months - Profit by Pakistan Today

The latest Tweet by IANS India states, '#Pakistan has seen a 65.45 per cent increase in food imports during the first two months of the ongoing fiscal year, the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics said.' 📰 #Pakistan Has Seen a 65.45 Per Cent Increase in Food Imports During the First Two Months ... - Latest Tweet by IANS India.The latest Tweet by IANS India states, '#Pakistan has seen a 65.45 per cent increase in food imports during the first two months of the ongoing fiscal year, the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics said.' 📰 #Pakistan Has Seen a 65.45 Per Cent Increase in Food Imports During the First Two Months ... - Latest Tweet by IANS India.

#Pakistan Has Seen a 65.45 Per Cent Increase in Food Imports During the First Two Months ... - Latest Tweet by IANS India | 📰 LatestLY

Pakistan’s bill for oil and food imports experienced a concerning growth in terms of month-on-month growth during August,Pakistan’s bill for oil and food imports experienced a concerning growth in terms of month-on-month growth during August,

Pakistan Imported 30% More Petroleum Products And 33% More Food Products This August.

The import of mobile phones has witnessed a decreased of 64.38 percent during the first two months of the current fiscal year (2022-23) as compared to the corresponding period of last year. Pakistan imported mobile phones worth the US $101.864 million during July-August (2022-23) as compared to the imports of US $285.947 million during July-August […]

Mobile import decreased 64.38% in 2 months - Pakistan Observer

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Import of mobile phones worth $102M reported in the first two months (July-August) of the current fiscal year 2022-22, representing..Import of mobile phones worth $102M reported in the first two months (July-August) of the current fiscal year 2022-22, representing..

Mobile phones worth $102M imported in first two months of FY23 -

Pakistan’s current account deficit falls to $0.7 billionPakistan’s current account deficit falls to $0.7 billion

Pakistan’s current account deficit falls to $0.7 billion

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The August trade deficit of Pakistan swelled by 31% to hit 3.5 billion on a month-on-month basis, the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics said.The August trade deficit of Pakistan swelled by 31% to hit 3.5 billion on a month-on-month basis, the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics said.

August trade deficit swells to $3.5 billion MoM - Pakistan Observer

Islamabad, Sep 16 (SocialNews.XYZ) Pakistan has seen a 65.45 per cent increase in food imports during the first two months of the ongoing fiscal year, the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics said. The major food imports... - Social News XYZIslamabad, Sep 16 (SocialNews.XYZ) Pakistan has seen a 65.45 per cent increase in food imports during the first two months of the ongoing fiscal year, the [...]

Pakistan's food imports rise by 65% during FY23 - Social News XYZ

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Pakistan’s current account deficit (CAD) fell to $0.7 billion in August, compared to $1.2bn in the previous month, the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) said late on Wednesday night. This equates to a decline of 41.67 per cent month-on-month. For the first two months of the current fiscal year, the current account deficit narrowed by […]

Pakistan current account deficit shrinks 42pc to $0.7bn in August - Pakistan Observer

The export of pharmaceuticals goods from the country has witnessed an increase of 14.72 percent during the first two months of financial year (2022-23) as compared to the corresponding period of last year. Pakistan exported pharmaceutical products worth US $53.851 million during July-August (2022-23) as compared the export of US $46.940 million during July-August (2021-22), […]

Pharmaceutical goods’ export increases 14.72pc - Pakistan Observer

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The imports of overall petroleum group witnessed an increase of 6.97 percent during the first two months of the current fiscal year (2022-23) as compared to the corresponding period of the last year. During the period under review, the total imports of the petroleum group during July-August (2022-23) stood at $3,302.159 million, as against the […]

POL import bill up by 6.97% to $3.3b in 2 months - Pakistan Observer