US Exim Bank lifts curbs on investment in Pakistan
Pakistan PPE exports to US shoot up to $32.41 million
US EXIM Bank reviews Country Limitation Schedule for 2021. Now Long term risk cover to be available for projects financed in public & private sectors in Pakistan during 2021 - a major endorsement of improved economic & security situation in Pakistan @SMQureshiPTI @razak_dawood— Asad M. Khan (@asadmk17) January 16, 2021
According to a tweet posted by Pakistan Trade Mission in Washington DC on Saturday, demonstrating resilience, perseverance and altruism in challenging times, Pakistan’s PPE exports to the United States have increased from $0.6 million in 2019 to $32.41 million in 2020 (Jan-Nov).
Pakistan emerged as a bright spot in global covid response matrix. Demonstrating resilience, perseverance and altruism in challenging times, Pakistan’s PPE exports to US have increased from $0.6M in 2019 to $32.41M in 2020(Jan-Nov) @Emergingpk @PakEmbassyDC @tdap_official @PakPMO pic.twitter.com/Z0EOpmzhYy— Pakistan Trade Mission Washington DC (@PakUSTrade) January 16, 2021