Pakistan’s exports of information innovation developed by 47.4 percent to cross the $2 billion mark without precedent for the country’s set of experiences in the active monetary year. In outright terms, the IT exports came to $2.12bn in 2020-21 as against $1.44bn in the first year, as per data delivered by Commerce Ministry on Monday.
Mr. Dawood said he generally had confidence in the capacities of IT experts and business visionaries. The government has offered a few impetuses in taxes and methods in the budget 2021-22 to empower IT exports, he said.
In the meantime, the business adviser informed Prime Minister Imran Khan on the advancement of respective participation and trade arrangements after his visit to Uzbekistan and the possibilities for positive outcomes from investors.
An authority declaration said that Mr. Dawood likewise advised the head on the strategy for the impending visit to the remainder of the Central Asian states, especially Tajikistan, and the ramifications for venture and trade.
He likewise informed the prime minister on Board of Investment (BoI) meeting booked during the current week and a normal session with different offices of trade this month. PM Khan invited the fortifying of trade relations with the Central Asian states and focused on that Pakistan can possibly give ocean admittance to the whole district, including these states.