Pak-indo op­ti­mism

Enterprise - - Editor's Desk - Azam Khaleel Is­lam­abad

The trade bod­ies of both In­dia and Pak­istan must be com­mended for their ef­forts to­wards cre­at­ing a high level op­ti­mism for trade and peo­ple. The ‘Aman ki Asha’ Div­i­dends Con­fer­ence in Lahore brought huge trade in­cen­tives for both the coun­tries. Other than the re­newal of trade ties, what has been im­por­tant in this ini­tia­tive is the pos­i­tive ap­proach to­wards peace and sta­bil­ity from the peo­ple and gov­ern­ments of In­dia and Pak­istan. Pak­istani in­dus­try has re­ceived fresh breathe, as the pro­duc­tion scale has been raised and there would be more cap­i­tal gen­er­ated from the In­dian mar­ket. In the pres­ence of all sig­nif­i­cant de­ci­sion­mak­ers of the in­dus­try, the con­fer­ence ful­filled the im­por­tant need of re­mov­ing the mis­per­cep­tions re­gard­ing open­ing of full-fledged trade with In­dia. It is a great op­por­tu­nity for both the coun­tries to learn from each other’s mar­ket strengths and con­trib­ute to the growth of South Asia.

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