Pakistan’s crude exports surge by 52.76pc

December 4, 2017
Published in Economy


ISLAMABAD: Country’s Petroleum Crude exports increased by 52.76 percent during the first quarter of current fiscal year (July-September) as compared to the same period of last year, according to Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS).

According to the data provided by PBS, Petroleum Crude worth $33,075 were exported during the first quarter of current year as compared to $21,651of last year.

Petroleum Products (Excl Top Naphta) worth $38,427 were exported during the first quarter of current as compared to $21,779 of last year.

Petroleum Products (Excl Top Naphta) exports into the country increased by 76.44 per cent during the first quarter of current fiscal year as compared to the same period of last year.

Petroleum Top Naphta worth $23,288 were exported during the first quarter as compared to $9,118 of last year.

Petroleum Top Naphta exports of the country increase by 155.41 per cent during the first quarter of current fiscal year as compared to the same period of last year. –app


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