According to official data from China’s General Administration of Customs (GACC), Pakistani exports to China increased by 68.9% in 2021, surpassing the record number of $3.58 billion, while total import and export between the two nations was $27.82 billion.
According to China Economic Net (CEN), Pakistan’s export to China reached $365.35 million in December 2021, up 17% from the same time the previous year, when it was $312.33 million, the second-highest amount of the year.
Pakistan’s exports increased the most in November 2021, when the value of its shipments to China reached $379.17 million. The biggest export volume was $312.33 million in December 2020, the previous year.
Regardless of COVID-19, China’s imports from Pakistan totaled $3.58 billion from January to December 2021, compared to $2.12 billion in the same period previous year.
China will continue to support Pakistan for a long time, according to Shan, and Pakistan values China’s unwavering support.
Electronics, textiles, seafood, and agricultural products are among the key products traded between the two nations, and they have increased year after year, promoting Pakistan’s economic recovery.