Pakistan textile exports touched a record $12.60 billion in the first eight months of the current fiscal year, according to figures released on Tuesday.

Textile earnings increased by 26% over the same time last year, reaching $10 billion. The value-added sector accounted for the majority of the increase in textile exports.

Food exports increased by 20% to $3.43 billion in the first eight months of the current fiscal year, up from $2.83 billion the previous year.

The country’s textile exports touched a record $12.60 billion in the first eight months of the current fiscal year, according to figures released on Tuesday.

Textile earnings increased by 26% over the same time last year, reaching $10 billion. Textile exports are increasing at a rapid pace.

The rice industry and a few other items accounted for the majority of the growth in food exports. The country also experienced an increase in petroleum product exports, which increased by 59 percent in the last six months.

The export of athletic items increased by 35%, with leather clothing increasing by 9% and shoes increasing by 17%.

Total exports increased by about 26% to $20.55 billion in the first eight months of this fiscal year, compared to $16.332 million in the same period the previous fiscal year, owing to robust growth in garments and other export categories.

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