ISLAMABAD: The nation's import/export imbalance augmented by 119.94 percent in the initial two months of this monetary year (FY22) to $7.491 billion against $3.406bn last year, the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) investigated Friday.
The import/export imbalance is driven generally by a practically twofold expansion in imports contrasted with trades from the country.
Exchange hole has been augmenting since December 2020, basically drove by remarkable development in imports and relatively sluggish development in trades.
The import bill in July-August 2021 went up 72.59pc to $12.064bn against $6.990bn throughout the relating a very long time of FY20. In FY21, the import bill flooded by 25.8pc, or $11.517bn, to $56.091bn from $44.574bn in FY20.