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As imports grow, Pakistan’s foreign trade deficit widens

As imports continue to grow in terms of volume and higher costs, Pakistan’s foreign trade deficit has widened, but there is stopping of business. While this is good news for Pakistan’s trading partners, especially those exporting to this country, it should worries to the economic managers.

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