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Pakistani traders for boosting trade ties with India

"The interest of both the countries for boosting and enhancing not only bilateral trade but the people to people connect as well is immense."

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Updated: Mar 26, 2015, 10.08 PM IST
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"The interest of both the countries for boosting and enhancing not only bilateral trade but the people to people connect as well is immense."
"The interest of both the countries for boosting and enhancing not only bilateral trade but the people to people connect as well is immense."
CHANDIGARH: Pakistani traders today pitched for boosting trade relations with India and hoped that the governments of both the nations would take some concrete steps to cement economic ties.

"The interest of both the countries for boosting and enhancing not only bilateral trade but the people to people connect as well is immense.

We hope that the two countries would engage with each other for a comprehensive and strategic boost to bilateral trade relations," said Chairman, Regional Trade Council, Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Khursheed Barlas here.

He was here to participate in the five-day expo-The Pakistan Show 2015 which opened today.

"Pak Show brings the two Punjab together. These shows happening over a number of years are testimony to the fact that the business communities on both the sides of the border are keen and eager to see peace ushering in on both the countries," he further said.

"Recent back to back cross border visits of delegates of commerce and industry from both the countries have definitely given a boost to the bilateral trade," said Vikram Sahgal, Chairman, Chandigarh Committee, PHD Chamber.

"Such events go a long way in removing the coloured inhibitions among the masses in general and the business community in particular. Such events need to be held more frequently," said Sahgal.
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