LAHORE: Pakistan has exported items worth Rs 294 million to India during November 15-21 to India via Wahga border.
As per available documents, Pakistan exported fruits, salt, cement, gypsum, glass and aluminum ores.
The country exported 2,928 metric tonnes of fruits (HS code 804-1020) to India worth Rs 139 million. On the other hand, perfumery plants and seeds worth Rs 2 million have also been exported.
Pakistan exported 1,276 metric tonnes of rock salt worth Rs 4 million while 17589 metric tonnes of gypsum worth Rs 26 million was also sold to India.
Besides that Pakistan exported cement worth Rs 48 million. Almost 2,230 metric tonnes of aluminum ores worth Rs 4 million were also exported.
Pakistan exported disodium carbonate worth Rs 17 million and hydrogen peroxide worth Rs 5 million, glass worth Rs 44 million to India.
Documents showed that Pakistan exported scrap worth Rs 2 million, limestone worth Rs 2 million and sodium hydro peroxide worth Rs 1 million to India via Wahga border.
As a whole, Pakistan exported items worth Rs 294 million with a total weight of 38,894 metric tonnes to India via Wahga border.