China remained the top exporter to Pakistan during the first eight months of the current fiscal year, followed by United Arab Emirates and Singapore.
The total imports from China during July-February (2018-19) were recorded at 6633.191 million dollars against the $7326.706 million during July-February (2017-18), showing a decrease of 9.46 percent during the period.
This was followed by UAE, where from Pakistan imported goods worth $6266.141 million against the imports of $5793.779 million last year, showing positive growth of 8.15 percent.
Singapore was the at third top country from where Pakistan imported products worth $2396.914 million against the imports of $3043.270 million last year, showing the negative growth of 21.23 percent.
Among other countries, Pakistani imports from Saudi Arabia stood at $1977.522 million against $1994.299 million during last year, showing decline of 0.84 percent while the imports from Qatar were recorded at $1441.123 million against $876.047 million last year, showing rise of 64.50 percent.