31% Increase In Remittances This Year: Imran Khan

31% Increase In Remittances This Year: Imran Khan

Imran Khan, Prime Minister, announced that there has been increasing of 31 percent remittances recorded in the first two months.

The Prime Monster told that overseas Pakistanis sent $2.095 billion in remittances during the month of August this year which is 24.4 percent higher than the corresponding period last year. He added the country received a record $2.768 billion dollars in the form of remittances in the month of July this year.

 “For the first two months of this fiscal year, our remittances are up 31% over the same period last year. Alhamdulillah,” he said.

“MashaAllah Pakistan’s economy is on the right track. After the current account balance posted a deficit of $613 mn in July 2019 & a deficit of $100 mn in June 2020, in July 2020 current account balance swung upwards to a surplus of $424 mn,” he tweeted.