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2014-01-24 ArtNo.44788
◆Islamabad keen on more trade via Wagah border
【New Delhi】Pakistan may take time to extend the most favoured nation (MFN) status to India by removing all import bans, but it seems ready to allow more items to be traded through the Wagah border.
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 "Enhancement and facilitation of trade through Wagah is under active negotiation at the moment. We are hoping to have a positive outcome," Pakistan's Trade Minister Khurram Dastgir Khan said addressing a meeting organised by CII on Thursday.
 Khan, who will meet Indian Commerce Minister Anand Sharma on Saturday for the next round of India-Pakistan trade talks that was suspended early last year following violence at the Line of Control in Jammu & Kashmir, said "The next round of negotiations is later this week. Let us see how things progress. Wagah (trade) is the next stepping stone."
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Islamabad keen on more trade via Wagah border

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