LAHORE: Pakistan has exported items worth Rs 839 million to India during February 2015 via Wagha Border Lahore.
As per available documents, Pakistan exported fruits, salt, cement, gypsum, glass, woven fabrics, scrap of rubber etc to India.
According to details, Pakistan has exported 7283 metric ton fruits (H.S code 804-1020) to India worth Rs 342 million. On the other hand, perfumery plants and plants’ seeds worth Rs 30 million have also been exported, while vegetable extracts and saps worth Rs 2.7 million were also exported.
Pakistan has exported 4092 metric ton rock salt of Rs 10 million while 89845 metric ton gypsum of Rs 144 million was also exported to India.
Besides that Pakistan has exported different kinds of cement worth Rs 174 million along with 1256 metric ton limestone worth Rs 2 million.
Carbonates worth Rs 65 million and hydrogen peroxide of Rs 16.4 million and glass worth Rs 45 million was also exported to India.