LAHORE: Pakistan has exported items worth Rs 978 million to India during January 2015 via Wagha Border Lahore. As per available document, Pakistan exported fruits, salt, cement, gypsum, glass and aluminum ores, woven fabrics and scrap of rubber.
Pakistan has exported 9479 metric ton fruits (H.S code 804-1020) to India worth Rs 438 million. On the other hand, perfumery plants and plants’ seeds worth Rs 47 million have been exported, while vegetables extracts and saps worth Rs 10 million was also exported.
According to details, Pakistan has exported 4010 metric ton rock salt of worth Rs 11.5 million, while gypsum worth Rs 135 million was sold to India which was 86243 metric ton.
Besides that Pakistan has exported the white cement and other kind of cement worth Rs 204 million. Almost 80 metric ton aluminum ores were exported worth Rs 0.13 million.
Pakistan has exported carbonates worth Rs 56 million and hydrogen peroxide of Rs 14 millions, lime stone Worth Rs 2.4 million and glass worth Rs 48 million to India.
As a whole Pakistan exported items worth Rs 978 million to India via Wagha Border Lahore.