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Indo-Yugoslav Trade-Inevitable End

more than a pawn; and in any case, by far the predominant part of Nepal's trade is still with India. It was also to be expected that the much-debated Badhikapur route via West Bengal into East Pakistan would now be excluded from the treaty. The treaty does assure not only 'the most favoured nation' treatment to Nepal, but even exemption "from customs duty and quantitative restrictions to such primary products as are produced in Nepal and imported into India" as well as 'specially favourable treatment' on non-reciprocal basis to industrial goods manufactured in Nepal with a view to encouraging Nepal's industry.

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