Indo-pak al­liance

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The chang­ing mind­set to build a peace­ful and pro­duc­tive eco­nomic and po­lit­i­cal re­la­tion is a unique spe­cial turn in Pak­istan-in­dia re­la­tions. Ear­lier, the silent cul­tural ex­changes were not pro­vid­ing enough fod­der to sat­isfy the hunger of peace en­e­mies. But the way in which trade ex­changes are help­ing the two coun­tries come closer. In this con­text, the in­ter­view of Mian Abrar Ahmed, Pres­i­dent of KCCI, pro­vided a com­plete anal­y­sis from En­ter­prise, as it coun­tered all the neg­a­tive crit­i­cism against the grow­ing trade be­tween In­dia and Pak­istan. It was in­ter­est­ing to know how Abrar Ahmed ap­pre­ci­ated the po­ten­tial of Pak­istan with its abil­ity to han­dle the huge Chi­nese mar­ket with­out any threat. In the same man­ner, Pak­istan can gain huge ben­e­fits from the In­dian mar­ket, as the trade bod­ies of Pak­istan have a clear and for­ward strat­egy to en­ter the neigh­bour­ing coun­try and vice versa. It was help­ful to have a com­plete com­par­i­son of re­sources and prices of In­dian trade. We hope to see this re­la­tion grow into a strong re­gional bloc for­ma­tion. ◆

Zay­nah Shaikh Lahore

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