Pakistan’s IT exports increase, touch $635m mark in Q1FY22

ISLAMABAD: Adviser to Prime Minister on Commerce and Investment, Abdul Razak Dawood on Monday informed that the country’s Information Technology (IT) exports increased to $635 million in the first quarter of current fiscal year (Q1FY22).

“Pakistan’s IT and IT-enabled service in the  first quarter of  FY2021-22, exports increased to $635 million from July to September as compared to the exports value of the last year, which stood at $445 million, showing an increase of 42 per cent Year-on-Year (YoY) growth, the adviser said this on his official Twitter account.

“I appreciated all the stakeholders for their efforts and dedication” he added.

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“By seeing how the IT sector is growing, I am optimistic that we will cross the IT export target for FY22,” he further added.

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