ISLAMABAD - The countrys trade deficit remained $5.081 billion in first four months (July-October) of the current fiscal year 2010-11 registering an increase of 11.86 percent as compared to the same period of the last financial year, the Federal Bureau of Statistics has reported. According to the figures, the countrys exports showed a healthy growth of 19.17 percent in July-October period compared to the same period of the last financial year. The exports managed to reach $7.17 billion in July-October 2010 period as compared to $6.02 billion against the same period of the last year. Meanwhile, the imports also went up by 16.02 percent and totalled at $12.25 billion in July-October period against $10.56 billion during the same period of last fiscal year. The trade deficit recorded in July-August period was $5.08 billion as against $4.54 billion of the same period last financial year registering an increase of 11.86 percent. If the statistics of October are compared with those of the month of September 2010, it becomes clear that in October 2010 alone, the country exported goods worth $1.99 billion as compared with the exports of $1.62 billion in September 2010, showing an increase of 22.81 percent, the official data said. Meanwhile, the imports remained $3.22 billion in October 2010 as against imports of $2.78 billion in September 2010 indicating an increase of 15.82 percent. The trade deficit was at $1.23 billion in October 2010 as against the imbalance of $1.61 billion in September 2010 indicating a decrease of 6.07 percent. On the other hand, the exports registered an increase of 26.10 percent in October 2010 with total exports of $1.99 billion as against exports of $1.58 billion in October 2009. Imports of the country witnessed an increase of 8.38 percent in October 2010 with total imports stood at $3.22 billion as against the imports of $2.97 billion in October 2009. The trade imbalance in October 2010 reduced by 11.67 percent with a total deficit stood at $1.23 billion as against the deficit of $1.39 billion in October 2009.