Tag Archives: bilateral trade

India-Pakistan trade: Ignoring 10 times potential?

By Sujeet Rajan NEW YORK: Civilian, military, and business leaders on both sides of the India-Pakistan border have long resisted normalizing trade with their historic rivals. But two new reports commissioned by the New America Foundation’s National Security Studies Program from leading Pakistani economist Mohsin Khan and leading Indian economist Nisha Taneja argue that economic analysis reveals massive untapped trade ...

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India eyes $25 Billion worth trade with Japan by 2014

India’s commerce minister Anand Sharma has stressed the need to increase the bilateral trade to $25 billion by 2014 from the current $14 billion. Speaking to a visiting Japanese delegation, he said, “The year 2011 is a watershed year in our relations as we signed the Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) during my visit to Japan in February. The signing ...

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