Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the country’s economy is heading in the right direction.
In a tweet yesterday, he said the government’s economic reforms have started bearing fruit.
Alluding to different economic indicators, Khan said that Pakistan’s current account turned into surplus in October this year for the first time in four years (see report on Business page 5).
He said that Pakistan’s current account deficit for the first four months of current fiscal year has fallen by 73.5% compared with the same period last fiscal year.
The prime minister said that the country’s exports of goods and services in October this year was up by 20% over the previous month, and 9.6% over October 2018.
Congratulating the exporters, Khan encouraged them to do more to boost the country’s exports.
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