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1 Pakistan’s Trade Statistics Monthly Review (July-September ) By RESEARCH & ANALYSIS DIRECTORATE

2 Pakistan’s Trade Performance [Million USD] JULY - SEPTEMBER Year ( )Year ( ) values only ExportsImportsBalanceExportsImportsBalance Value %age Growth Value %age Growt h Value %age Growth ExportsImportsBalance July1, , , ,0953,814-1,719 August1, , , ,9833,572-1,589 September2, ,6173,791-1,174 Jul-Aug6, , , ,69511,177-4,482 Values in US$ Million Source: Pakistan Bureau of Statistics

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4 Division-wise Export Analysis (JULY-AUGUST and : Value in US $ million) C O M M O D I T Y S E C T O R S SEPTEMBERJULY-SEPTEMBER % Change % Change GRAND TOTAL 2,1812, ,0156, ATEXTILE & GARMENTS CATEGORY 1, ,4173, BAGRO & FOOD , CMINERAL & METAL D ENGINEERING GOODS & OTHER MANFURES EOTHER SECTORS

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6 EXPORT FROM PAKISTAN WITH AVERAGE UNIT PRICE VALUE IN '000' $ NO.C O M M O D I T I E S SeptemberJuly-September % Change % Change A )TEXTILE & CLOTHING ETC. 1,254,9721,269,750(1.16)3,417,3303,559,342(3.99) i)RAW COTTON 30,46632,274(5.60)49,94365,631(23.90) Qty. M.T. 19,07017, ,38236,915(17.70) A.U.P. per M.T. 1, ,829.80(12.69)1, ,777.90(7.54) ii)COTTON CARDED OR COMBED 2056(64.29)70190(63.16) Qty.000 K.G. 1444(68.18)50303(83.50) A.U.P. per K.G III)COTTON YARN 171,288196,548(12.85)463,216592,185(21.78) Qty.000 K.G. 62,31964,724(3.72)162,800194,925(16.48) A.U.P. per K.G (9.49) (6.34) iv)YARN OTHER THAN COTTON YARN 4,5245,243(13.71)12,20012,418(1.76) v)COTTON FABRICS 227,169262,034(13.31)629,404727,786(13.52) Qty. 000 Sq.M 134,387229,085(41.34)416,733677,407(38.48) A.U.P. per Sq.M vi)READYMADE GARMENTS 162,943151, ,374471, Qty. 000 DOZ 2,4522, ,6127, A.U.P. PER. DOZ (10.83) (4.49) vii)KNITWEAR ( HOSIERY ) 222,351189, ,233568, Qty. 000 DOZ 14,2019, ,18727, A.U.P. PER. DOZ (17.87) (11.74) continuue

7 VALUE IN '000' $ NO.C O M M O D I T I E S SeptemberJuly-September % Change % Change A )TEXTILE & CLOTHING ETC.1,254,9721,269,750(1.16)3,417,3303,559,342(3.99) viii)MADE-UPS ( EXCL. TOWELS AND BEDWEAR 57,33752, ,736160,023(2.68) ix)BED WARE 202,448253,087(20.01)552,943571,651(3.27) Qty. 000 K.G. 29,07939,414(26.22)84,18987,003(3.23) A.U.P. per K.G (0.04) x)TOWELS 69,84466, ,486177, Qty. 000 K.G. 19,85514, ,92838, A.U.P. per K.G (21.81) (15.81) xi)TENTS AND CANVAS 24,3985, ,06216, Qty.000 K.G. 6,6412, ,6346, A.U.P. per K.G xii)ART SILK & SYNTH TEX. 35,02917, ,04287, Qty. 000 Sq.M 14,52015,282(4.99)52,08797,963(46.83) A.U.P. per Sq.M xiii)OTHERS TEXTILE PROD./ MATERIAL 47,15536, ,621107,

8 VALUE IN '000' $ NO.C O M M O D I T I E S SeptemberJuly-September % Change % Change B )AGRO FOOD.335,481339,658(1.23)903,7911,017,281(11.16) 1RICE132,878140,726(5.58)362,784404,635(10.34) Qty. M.T.221,715228,802(3.10)587,424635,637(7.58) A.U.P. per M.T (2.56) (2.98) a)RICE (Basmati)52,95051, ,231154,736(10.67) Qty. M.T.54,66349, ,626144,666(7.63) A.U.P. per M.T ,031.04(6.05)1, ,069.61(3.29) b)RICE (Others)79,92889,510(10.70)224,553249,899(10.14) Qty. M.T.167,052179,128(6.74)453,798490,971(7.57) A.U.P. per M.T (4.25) (2.78) ii)FISH & FISH PREPARATIONS37,60941,893(10.23)78,29385,258(8.17) Qty. 000 K.G.15,25316,552(7.85)31,37833,697(6.88) A.U.P. per K.G (2.58) (1.38) iii)FRUITS26,29431,323(16.06)73,48087,877(16.38) Qty. 000 K.G.40,02353,880(25.72)118,593142,016(16.49) A.U.P. per K.G iv)VEGETABLES6,15610,553(41.67)22,96842,113(45.46) Qty. 000 K.G.14,20727,260(47.88)68,390130,465(47.58) A.U.P. per K.G v)LEGUMINOUS VEGETABLES-956(100.00)02,776(100.00) Qty. 000 K.G.0986(100.00)03,186(100.00) A.U.P. per K.G.#DIV/0!0.97#DIV/0! 0.87#DIV/0! Continue..

9 VALUE IN '000' $ NO.C O M M O D I T I E S SeptemberJuly-September % Change % Change B )AGRO FOOD.335,481339,658(1.23)903,7911,017,281(11.16) vi)MEAT PREPARATIONS15,26216,461(7.28)50,10964,002(21.71) vii)WHEAT102,211(99.55)103,993(99.75) viii)SUGAR27,6033, ,79329, Qty. 000 K.G.55,8318, ,40961, A.U.P. per K.G ix)OIL SEEDS4,2503, ,23510,572(41.02) Qty. 000 K.G.2,6633,044(12.52)3,84813,415(71.32) A.U.P. per K.G x)TOBACCO1,5931, ,9025,125(23.86) Qty. 000 K.G ,2651,715(26.24) A.U.P. per K.G xi)SPICES4,4564,611(3.36)11,42211,608(1.60) Qty. 000 K.G.1,3581,546(12.16)3,2803,844(14.67) A.U.P. per K.G xii)GUAR & GUAR PRODUCTS5,7844, ,34820,389(14.91) xiii)MOLASSES1010,573(99.91)3,60215,381(76.58) Qty. M.T.7189,050(99.92)27,671125,524(77.96) A.U.P. per M.T xiv)ALL OTHER FOOD ITEMS73,57666, ,845234,369(13.02)

10 VALUE IN '000' $ NO.C O M M O D I T I E S SeptemberJuly-September % Change % Change C ) MINERAL & METAL.130,279406,513(67.95)329,869590,904(44.18) i) ONYX MANF ,7592, ii) GEMS & JEWELRY1,72058,568(97.06)4,424114,196(96.13) a) GEMS811812(0.12)1,9741, b) JEWELRY90957,756(98.43)2,450112,437(97.82) iii) PETROLEUM GROUP127,699347,526(63.25)322,686474,527(32.00) a ) PETROLEUM CRUDE37,218-#DIV/0!90,942-#DIV/0! b ) PETROLEUM PRODUCTS ( EXCL.TOP NAPHTHA )11,31528,538(60.35)26,71533,924(21.25) Qty. M.T.11,91731,010(61.57)29,23636,586(20.09) A.U.P. per M.T (1.45) c ) PETROLEUM TOP NAPHTHA79,166318,980(75.18)205,029440,587(53.46) Qty. M.T.86,000386,812(77.77)213,500526,512(59.45) A.U.P. per M.T d ) SOLID FUELS ( COAL )08(100.00)016(100.00) Qty. M.T.050(100.00)095(100.00) A.U.P. per M.T.00.16(100.00)00.17(100.00)

11 VALUE IN '000' $ NO.C O M M O D I T I E S SeptemberJuly-September % Change % Change D ) ENGINEERING GOODS & OTHER MANF. GROUP 211,233347,460(39.21)650,413821,694(20.84) i) MACHINERY & TRANSPORT EQUIPMENTS 16,61128,884(42.49)61,57188,890(30.73) a)ELECTRIC FANS 2,1111, ,6308, b)TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT/ AUTO PARTS 9181,039(11.65)2,3644,241(44.26) c)AUTO PARTS & ACCESSORIES 1,6811,973(14.80)4,0325,245(23.13) d)OTHER ELECTRICAL MACHINERY 5,9606,569(9.27)25,16927,863(9.67) e) MACHINERY FOR PARTICULAR INDUSTRIES 02,825(100.00)4,1609,889(57.93) f )OTHER MACHINERY 5,94114,605(59.32)17,21633,280(48.27) ii)SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS 30,75025, ,82781,181(2.90) iii)CUTLERY 7,6127, ,30821,832(2.40) iv)SPORTS GOODS 25,08330,731(18.38)82,01581, v)CHEMICAL & ITS PRODUCTS 77,964203,580(61.70)260,958399,391(34.66) a)FERTILIZER MANUFACTURED 00!00#DIV/0! b)PLASTIC MATERIALS 23,42126,411(11.32)61,47183,868(26.71) c)PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS 18,41915, ,19742, d)OTHER CHEMICALS 36,124161,426(77.62)152,290273,375(44.29) vi)HANDICRAFTS 013(100.00)1,238383, vii)FURNITURE ,7181, viii)CEMENT 52,52951, ,778147,527(3.22)

12 VALUE IN '000' $ NO. C O M M O D I T I E S SeptemberJuly-September % Change % Change E)OTHER SECTORS 248,674254,064(2.12)713,610706, i )LEATHER TANNED 46,22743, ,702128,914(4.82) Qty. 000 K.G. 1,7852,527(29.36)5,0117,341(31.74) A.U.P. per K.G ii)LEATHER GARMENTS/ MANF 54,85552, ,904165,411(3.93) a)LEATHER GARMENTS 35,30337,538(5.95)105,022110,812(5.23) b)LEATHER GLOVES 18,52613, ,38251,036(1.28) c)LEATHER MANF.N.S. 1,0261,086(5.52)3,5003,563(1.77) iii)FOOTWEAR 10,1529, ,95230, a)LEATHER FOOTWEAR 8,6287, ,22725, b)CANVAS FOOTWEAR 010(100.00)2050(60.00) c)OTHER FOOTWEAR 1,5242,122(28.18)3,7054,920(24.70) b)CARPETS & RUGS MATS 8,79410,115(13.06)26,03028,755(9.48) c)ALL OTHER 128,646138,265(6.96)370,022352, TOTAL2,180,6392,617,445(16.69)6,015,0136,695,340(10.16)

13 INCREASING TREND OF SELECTED COMMODITIES DURING JULY-SEPTEMBER VALUE IN US$ THOUSAND S.NO.C O M M O D I T I E S JULY-SEPTEMBER % CHANGE A )TEXTILE & CLOTHING ETC.1,553,8181,429, KNITWEAR ( HOSIERY )632,233568, READYMADE GARMENTS484,374471, TOWELS183,486177, OTHERS TEXTILE PROD./ MATERIAL114,621107, ART SILK & SYNTH TEX.96,04287, TENTS AND CANVAS43,06216, B )AGRO FOOD.69,79329, SUGAR69,79329, C )MINERAL & METAL.2,7592, ONYX MANF.2,7592, D )ENGINEERING GOODS & OTHER MANF. GROUP84,97182, SPORTS GOODS82,01581, FURNITURE1,7181, HANDICRAFTS1,238383, E)OTHER SECTORS 402,249378, LEATHER FOOTWEAR32,22725, ALL OTHERS370,022352, SUB TOTAL 2,113,5901,921,

14 From previous slide DECREASING TREND OF SELECTED COMMODITIES DURING JULY- SEPTEMBER VALUE IN US4 THOUSAND S.NO.C O M M O D I T I E S JULY-SEPTEMBER % D )ENGINEERING GOODS & OTHER MANF. GROUP565,442738,821(23.47) CHEMICAL & ITS PRODUCTS260,958399,391(34.66) CEMENT142,778147,527(3.22) SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS78,82781,181(2.90) MACHINERY & TRANSPORT EQUIPMENTS61,57188,890(30.73) CUTLERY21,30821,832(2.40) E)OTHER SECTORS311,361328,050(5.09) LEATHER122,702128,914(4.82) LEATHER GARMENTS/ MANF105,022110,812(5.23) LEATHER GLOVES50,38251,036(1.28) LEATHER MANF.N.S.3,5003,563(1.77) II)CANVAS FOOTWEAR2050(60.00) III)OTHER FOOTWEAR3,7054,920(24.70) IV)CARPETS & RUGS '(WOOLLEN)26,03028,755(9.48) SUB TOTAL3,901,4234,773,576(18.27)

15 STATEMENT SHOWING DECREASING TREND OF SELECTED COMMODITIES DURING JULY- SEPTEMBER VALUE IN US4 THOUSAND S.NO.C O M M O D I T I E S JULY-SEPTEMBER % A )TEXTILE & CLOTHING ETC.1,863,5122,129,884(12.51) COTTON FABRICS629,404727,786(13.52) BED WARE552,943571,651(3.27) COTTON YARN463,216592,185(21.78) MADE-UPS ( EXCL.TOWELS & BED WARE)155,736160,023(2.68) RAW COTTON49,94365,631(23.90) YARN OTHER THAN COTTON YARN12,20012,418(1.76) COTTON CARDED OR COMBED70190(63.16) B )AGRO FOOD.833,998988,098(15.60) RICE362,784404,635(10.34) FISH & FISH PREPARATIONS78,29385,258(8.17) FRUITS73,48087,877(16.38) MEAT PREPARATIONS50,10964,002(21.71) VEGETABLES22,96842,113(45.46) GUAR & GUAR PRODUCTS17,34820,389(14.91) SPICES11,42211,608(1.60) OIL SEEDS6,23510,572(41.02) TOBACCO3,9025,125(23.86) MOLASSES3,60215,381(76.58) WHEAT103,993(99.75) LEGUMINOUS VEGETABLES02,776(100.00) ALL OTHER FOOD ITEMS203,845234,369(13.02) C )MINERAL & METAL.327,110588,723(44.44) PETROLEUM GROUP322,686474,527(32.00) GEMS & JEWELRY4,424114,196(96.13) Continue……

16 IMPORT OF SELECTED COMMODITIES IN AUGUST & JULY-SEPTEMBER 2014 AND 2013 VALUES IN US$ thousand SL. No. COMMODITIES SeptemberJuly-September % Change % Change G R A N D T O T A L 4,5613, ,51911, A.FOOD GROUP ,4301, B.MACHINERY GROUP ,7821, C.TRANSPORT GROUP D.PETROLEUM GROUP 1,3331, ,7573, E.TEXTILE GROUP F. AGRICULTURAL AND OTHER CHEMICALS GROUP ,8611, G.METAL GROUP H.MISCELLANEOUS GROUP ALL OTHERS ITEMS ,2551,

17 SBP EXPORT RECEIPTS BY COUNTRY (Thousand US Dollar) CONTINENT / REGION JULY-SEPTEMBER % Change Total (received through Banks) 6,177,6756,113, Asia2,588,2042,767, Europe1,940,9511,651, Americas1,204,6991,230, Africa341,772372, Oceania & Others102,04992,

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19 SBP EXPORT RECEIPTS BY TOP 10 COUNTRIES (Thousand US Dollar) Rank Countries JULY-SEPTEMBER % Change Total (received through Banks) 6,177,6756,113, U. S. A.1,005,2081,025, China543,596701, U. K.418,003373, Afghanistan397,345249, U. A. E338,526416, Germany302,690281, Italy218,870159, Spain203,402151, Bangladesh175,731185, Netherlands (Holland)166,632127,

20 SBP EXPORTS RECEIPTS BY TOP ASIAN COUNTRIES (Thousand $) Rank Asian Countries JULY-SEPTEMBER % Change Total2,588,2042,767, China543,596701, Afghanistan397,345249, U. A. E338,526416, Bangladesh175,731185, Singapore152,04689, Saudi Arabia115,589117, Hong Kong113,764126, South Korea104,434112, India100,88789, Turkey87,72099,

21 SBP EXPORTS RECEIPTS BY TOP AMERICAN COUNTRIES (Thousand $) Rank Countries JULY-SEPTEMBER % Change Total 1,204,6991,230, U. S. A.1,005,2081,025, Canada63,84165, Mexico33,58328, Chile18,53022, Brazil16,56123, Argentina14,41914, Colombia14,02715, Peru7,1977, Romania6,9795, Ecuador2,9481,

22 SBP EXPORTS RECEIPTS BY TOP EUROPEAN COUNTRIES (Thousand $) Rank Countries JULY-AUGUST % Change Total1,940,9511,651, U. K.418,003373, Germany302,690281, Italy218,870159, Spain203,402151, Netherlands (Holland)166,632127, France146,825128, Belgium125,322104, Portugal44,50838, Sweden38,87335, Poland37,42123,

23 SBP EXPORTS RECEIPTS BY TOP AFRICAN COUNTRIES (thousand $) Rank Countries JULY-SEPTEMBER % Change Total341,772372, South Africa63,12978, Kenya61,57144, Egypt35,35537, Tanzania20,44919, Mozambique16,97927, Madagascar13,72016, Mauritius9,5339, Angola8,9836, Uganda8,6415, Algeria7,2347,

24 EXPORTS AND IMPORTS OF SERVICES in million US$ ITEM Jul-Sep FY15FY14 Exports of Services 1, Manufacturing services on physical inputs owned by others 00 2 Maintenance and repair services n.i.e Transport Travel 67 5 Construction 85 6 Insurance and pension services Financial services Charges for the use of intellectual property n.i.e Telecommunications, computer, and information services Other business services Personal, cultural, and recreational services Government goods and services n.i.e Of which: Logistic Support 7350 Imports of Services 2,1591, Manufacturing services on physical inputs owned by others 00 2 Maintenance and repair services n.i.e Transport 1, Travel Construction 20 6 Insurance and pension services Financial services Charges for the use of intellectual property n.i.e Telecommunications, computer, and information services Other business services Personal, cultural, and recreational services Government goods and services n.i.e

25 FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN PAKISTAN-BY SECTOR (Million US $) Sr.SECTOR July-September FY15 (P) July-September FY14 (P) InflowOutflowNet FDIInflowOutflowNet FDI 1Food Food Packaging Beverages Tobacco & Cigarettes Sugar Textiles Paper & Pulp Leather & Leather Products Rubber & Rubber Products Chemicals Petro Chemicals Petroleum Refining Minning & Quarrying Oil & Gas Explorations Of which Privatisation proceeds Pharmaceuticals & OTC Products Cosmetics Fertilizers Cement Ceramics Basic Metals Metal Products Machinery other than Electrical Electrical Machinery Electronics I) Consumer/Household II) Industrial

26 from previous lide FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN PAKISTAN-BY SECTOR (Million US $) Sr.SECTOR July-September FY15 (P) July-September FY14 (P) InflowOutflowNet FDIInflowOutflowNet FDI 25Transport Equipment(Automobiles) I) Motorcycles II) Cars III) Buses,Trucks,Vans & Trail Power I) Thermal Of which Privatisation proceeds II) Hydel III) Coal Construction Trade Transport Tourism Storage Facilities Communications ) Telecommunications Of which Privatisation proceeds ) Information Technology I) Software Development II) Hardware Development 0.0 III) I.T.Service ) Postal & Courier Services Financial Business Of which Privatisation proceeds Social Services Personal Services Others TOTAL

27 COUNTRY-WISE WORKERS' REMITTANCES Value in US$ million(Provisional) Item September July-September Amount % growth FY15FY14 1.USA U.K Saudi Arabia , , UAE , Dubai Abu Dhabi Sharjah Other Other GCC Countries Bahrain Kuwait Qatar Oman EU Countries Germany France Netherland Spain Italy Greece Sweden Denmark Ireland Belgium Norway Switzerland Australia Canada Japan Other Countries TOTAL 1, , , ,

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