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      India, Pakistan begin talks on boosting bilateral trade

      Posted AtForbes.com

      NEW DELHI (AFX) - India and Pakistan began discussions on ways to boost trade and improve infrastructure, a commerce ministry spokeswoman said.

      A delegation from Pakistan's commerce ministry arrived in New Delhi yesterday for the two-day talks which are part of the Composite Dialogue Process that began last year, the Indian ministry's spokeswoman said.

      Ways to boost 'trade and improving infrastructure links are to be discussed,' she added.

      Weekend meetings in New Delhi between foreign ministry officials from the two countries, who have been engaged in a slow-moving peace process since January last year, yielded measures to reduce military tension and avoid accidental nuclear confrontation.

      The arrival of the Pakistani commerce ministry team coincided with reports that trade between the two countries has risen by 76 pct to touch 600 mln usd in 2004-2005, with India enjoying a surplus.

      India's exports to Pakistan include iron ore, dyes and chemicals, drugs and pharmaceuticals and plastic and linoleum products among others.

      Fruits and nut, cotton yarn and fabrics, pulses, spices and leather are the top products imported from Pakistan.

      A Press Trust of India (PTI) news agency report from Islamabad said Pakistan hopes that India will offer more tariff concessions to make Pakistani goods competitive in Indian markets.

      Tuesday's 'talks will specially focus on the services which are associated with provision of economic, trade and business interaction,' the report quoted Pakistan's Foreign Office spokesman Naeem Khan as saying.

      The services sectors include shipping, railways, transportation of goods, airlinks and postal and banking services, Khan said.

      'We hope that Indian side would be able bring about some improvements in its trading regime in order to facilitate Pakistani products into their market. We would also be looking at proposals for rectification of imbalance in bilateral trade,' he said.

      A statement on the talks issued by Pakistan's commerce ministry quoted by PTI said the main thrust of the talks 'will be on removing the tariff and non-tariff barriers hampering Pakistan's exports to India'.

      August 09, 2005


       

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