Pakistan imports cell phones worth 92.8 billion Rupees in four months

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Pakistan imports cell phones worth 92.8 billion Rupees in four monthsPakistan imports cell phones worth 92.8 billion Rupees in four months
Pakistan imports cell phones worth 92.8 billion Rupees in four months
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According to the Federal Bureau of Statistics, more than Rupees 92 billion worth of mobile phones were imported in the last four months of the current financial year.

The Federal Bureau of Statistics (FBS) has released a report on the first 40 figures for the financial year 2020. According to which, despite the impact on the livelihood of the people, the import of mobile phones has increased by 43%.

According to the report of the Federal Bureau of Statistics, the import of mobile phones has increased by 43% as compared to the previous financial year. According to the report, mobile phones worth Rs 92.76 billion were imported in the first four months of the current financial year, which is 43% more than the previous financial year. As mobile phones worth Rs 60 billion were imported in the same four months of the last financial year.

Despite the impact on the sources of income of a large number of Pakistanis, the import of vehicles also increased by 185%, and vehicles worth Rs 60 billion were imported in just four months. The highest amount of Rs 525 billion was spent on the import of petroleum products. According to the report, Rupees 378 billion was spent on imported food items, which is 43 percent more than last year. Sugar worth Rupees 16.60 billion, tea worth Rupees 31 billion, pulses worth Rupees 30 billion, and palm oil worth Rupees 110 billion.

Wheat worth Rupees 35 billion and spices worth Rupees 10 billion were also imported to Pakistan while textile goods worth Rupees 157 billion, including raw cotton, iron, steel, and tires were also imported. Between July and October, total imports fell 0.38 percent to 15 billion Dollars.

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