The country”s spices export fell 31.2 percent during July-October 2013-14 to $13.531 million as compared to the commodity”s export of $19.666 million in the same period last fiscal year, official figures say. The fall in term of volume totalled $6.135 million in the first four months of the current fiscal year, Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) said. The quantity of spices export declined by 1302 metric tons or 25 percent to 3,943 metric tons in July-October 2013-14 from 5,245 metric tons in the same period last fiscal year, PBS added.
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