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Issues in India-Pakistan Trade Negotiations

India-Pakistan bilateral trade negotiations are pegged to two key issues - Pakistan granting most favoured nation status to India and the latter removing non-tariff barriers. The resolution of these issues is likely to result in larger market access gains for India than Pakistan. To achieve mutual benefits, the two countries should, despite recent political events, also focus on removing barriers such as transport protocols that are specific to bilateral trade.

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