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Byline: RECORDER REPORT
Pakistan's exports to China during the first quarter of 2010 recorded at $0.41 billion showing an increase of 96.70 percent compared with the same period of last year.
According to a report of Pakistani commercial counsellor in China, the main commodity causing increase in exports to China from Pakistan during the first quarter of this year is, of course, cotton yarn/fabric the export of which touched to $276 million which accounts for over 67 percent of total exports of Pakistan to China during the quarter, the report added.
"Since there was an increase in international demand for cotton yarn and prices were also higher in …