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Pakistan kinnow exports to Indonesia grew by $28m in 2017

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Core Tip: Pakistan’s exports to Indonesia have seen a tremendous growth of 86 percent year-on-year to $91 million in the first four months of the calendar year as citrus fruit exports grew during the period, official data showed.
Pakistan’s exports to Indonesia have seen a tremendous growth of 86 percent year-on-year to $91 million in the first four months of the calendar year as citrus fruit exports grew during the period, official data showed.

The country’s exports amounted to $49 million in the corresponding period a year ago. Export of kinnow (orange), which is the country’s signature citrus fruit, to Indonesia reached $48 million in the January-April period of 2017 as compared to $20 million in the period a year earlier.

Officials said this phenomenal increase in one season is a result of concerted efforts by various departments of government, including Pakistan embassy in Jakarta, Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) and kinnow exporters. Participation in various exhibition and trade shows in Indonesia, sponsored by the ministry of commerce and TDAP considerably helped fresh fruit exporters explore Indonesian market.

The country annually exports around 350,000 tonnes of orange to different countries and earns more than $200 million in export revenue.
 
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