LAHORE: Pakistan has exported items worth Rs 329 million to India through Wagha border trade route in the first fifteen days of March 2015.
As per the documents available with Customs Today, Pakistan exported fruits, salt, cement, gypsum, glass and aluminum ores, woven fabrics and scrap rubber.
Pakistan has exported 2,753 metric tonnes of fruits (H.S code 804-1020) to India worth Rs 130 million. On the other hand, perfumery plants and plant seeds worth Rs 13 million have been exported, while vegetable extracts worth Rs 7 million were also exported.
According to details, Pakistan exported 27,163kg gypsum worth of Rs 44 million to India.
Besides that, Pakistan exported Portland cement, aluminous cement, slag cement, super-sulphate cement and similar hydraulic cements and clinker worth Rs 67 million.
Pakistan also exported carbonates, hydrogen peroxide, limestone and glass to India.
As a whole, Pakistan exported items worth Rs 329.9 million to India via Wagha border Lahore.