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Call for taking steps to further increase bilateral trade

pak afghan trade 400ISLAMABAD: Traders and investors from Pakistan and Afghanistan have suggested for further increasing trade volume between the two countries.


The investors called for taking measures for smooth movement of traders and trade goods across the border, reported a private news channel.


The news channel reported that the Pak-afghan Joint Chamber of Commerce and Industry had met Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf who announced that custom offices near the border between the two countries will remain open throughout the week to facilitate bilateral trade.


Analyst Mushtaq Yousafzai said that there has been exchange of delegations between Afghanistan and Pakistan since long.


Barrister Bacha said that trade agreement between Pakistan and Afghanistan will be in the interest of both the sides.


Copyright APP (Associated Press of Pakistan), 2013


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