Pakistan urged to improve trade ties with India
Pakistan Urged To Improve Trade Ties With India. Pakistani speakers taking part in a discussion on trade with India have urged their government to...
Karachi: Pakistani speakers taking part in a discussion on trade with India have urged their government to improve trade relations with the country and other regional nations while weighing up all risks and benefits.
According to the Dawn, the speakers showed serious concern over the lack of reforms by successive governments of Pakistan to enhance the trade volume with India.
The discussion was jointly organised by the Institute for Policy Reforms (IPR) and the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Former commerce minister and IPR chairman Humayun Akhtar said Pakistan must weigh the risks and benefits of opening trade with India.
Pakistan's decision on trade with India must harmonise among security, economic, and trade interests, Akhtar added.