The country’s foreign trade deficit has reached Rs 1 trillion 431 billion 300 million in the first 10 months of the current fiscal year, 2021/22. This is 24.94 per cent more than the trade deficit recorded in the corresponding period last fiscal year. 

The trade deficit was 1 trillion 145 billion 630 million in the first 10 months of the last fiscal year, 2020/21. 

As per the statistics released by the Department of Customs, the foreign trade of the country has reached one trillion 778 billion until May 14 of the current fiscal year which ends on coming July 16. 

This volume of foreign trade is more by 30.49 per cent compared to the previous fiscal year. The country’s foreign trade in the 10 months of the…


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