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Title: India-Pakistan Trade: Qualitative Perceptions from Stakeholders
Contributors: Naz, Afsheen
Keywords: The perceptions of Pakistani people about the dominance of politics over economic gains and its effects on both the economies as well as economies of other countries in the region.
A perception survey in which fifty Pakistani professionals were interviewed from big cities including Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and Rawalpindi
Stakeholders view -- political conflict not only affected the trade between India and Pakistan but also the regional trade
Trade between India and Pakistan – a historical Background of the Conflicts
Non-Tariff Barriers in India and agreements to be signed to Address Tariff and Non Tariff Barriers
Trade Defense laws in Pakistan -- Trends of Trade between India and Pakistan
Overall impact of trade agreements-Multilateral, Regional and Bilateral Trade Agreements, signed by Pakistan --Pakistan
Perception about the current trade and regional cooperation scenario among South Asian countries
Regional/bilateral trade negotiations among and between South Asian countries influenced bypolitical priorities rather than economic logic
Issue Date: Oct-2012
Publisher: Sustainable Development Policy Institute
Place of Publication: Islamabad, Pakistan
Series/Report no.: Sustainable Development Policy Institute; Working Paper No 127; 2012
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Appears in Collections:Serials and series reports (Publicly Accessible) - Sustainable Development Policy Institute Working Papers

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