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Pakistan’s Export of Textile and Clothing Dips after Five Months of Growth

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Since October, exports of textile and clothing rebounded because of slight rise in demand from recession-hit key markets of European and the US, and improvement in domestic production.

Export of textile and clothing dipped to $991 million in February 2013 from $1.033 billion during the corresponding month of last year, showed data of Pakistan Bureau of Statistics here on Thursday.

Textile and clothing proucts, which witnessed a negative growth are raw  cotton, yarn other than cotton yarn, towels, readymade garments and art and silk in February this year over last year.

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