During the first two months of the fiscal year, export freight expenses decreased


During the first two months of the current fiscal year, domestic export freight expenditures decreased on a yearly basis.

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According to the SBP study, freight spending on domestic exports was 40.27 million in July and August this year, which is 23.93 percent less than the same period the previous financial year. The total cost of freight was 49.91 million dollars.

Export spending totaled $20.13 million in August, down from a high of $22.99 million the previous month.

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