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BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 22, 2019
There are at least 450 shipments trucks lying stranded at the Wagah Attari border, carrying at least 95,000 bags of cement and thousands of tons of gypsum and granite, in the backdrop of tension on the border after Pulwama attack.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 21, 2019
How traders in Pakistan are hit after India's customs duty hikeTraders in Pakistan have been severely hit after India raised customs duty on the import of all Pakistani goods by over 200 per cent. Reports say, traders, especially those dealing in fresh fruits, cement, and cotton with India, have been affected as the high customs duty has almost put an end to the entire export activity with India.  The ripple effect of the customs duty hike will ultimately affect small traders who are sta...


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 20, 2019
After the Pulwama attack, not only has India tried to stifle Pakistan by courting global support to declare it a terror monger, but the Modi government has also made efforts to cripple its economy by increasing duties on essential products.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 18, 2019
Pulwama encounter: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee blasted the Modi-led BJP government for failing to prevent the attack desipte information from intelligence agencies.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 17, 2019
Jaish-e-Mohammed's Rouf Asghar had stated before a rally in Karachi that the terror outfit will 'bleed India', and even mentioned Ghazi Rashid, who is being considered the brains behind Pulwama terror attack.


Reuters
October 8, 2016
Rising hostilities between India and Pakistan have brought their $822 million-a-year trade in cotton to a juddering halt, as traders who are worried about uncertainty over supplies and driven by patriotism hold off signing new deals.


Saurabh Sharma
September 30, 2016
\"Our civil n (sic) decent response in the past hasn't been met with reciprocity so it's time to act tough,\" Biocon CMD Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw tweeted immediately after Director General of Military Operations Ranbir Singh confirmed the surgical strike on Thursday morning.


Anilesh S. Mahajan
September 20, 2016
In the aftermath of Sunday's Uri attack which killed 18 soldiers and injured dozens. Traders across the country have called for severing all business ties with the neighbouring country. 


By Anilesh S. Mahajan
September 20, 2016
On August 15, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a shift in the country's strategy to tackle Pakistan by raising the issue of human rights violations in Balochistan and Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir or POK.


Anilesh S. Mahajan
September 19, 2016
The relationship between the two countries hit another low, with Sunday attack on Indian Military camp in Uri. One of the options in front of India is also to reduce the economic ties with Pakistan, and many considered this as a low hanging fruit. But this also means trade may also be a scapegoat. 


PTI
London, June 20, 2016
British Prime Minister David Cameron has invoked increasing trade with India as part of his plea to the public to vote to remain in the EU in Thursday's crucial referendum, saying the UK could do more with the country but cutting off from the main market would be \"economic madness\".


Reuters
June 15, 2016
Pakistan's benchmark index jumped as much as 3 per cent in early trade on Wednesday, climbing to a record high after the country's stock market was reclassified overnight and included in the MSCI's emerging market index category.


Kumar Vikram
New Delhi, December 10, 2015
The new crop has flooded wholesale markets. The produce, which used to sell at around Rs 80 a kg in open markets, is priced at Rs 20-25 a kg in retail outlets.


Anilesh Mahajan
August 21, 2015
Traders and businessmen are bound to lose this battle. After Pakistan removed the Indian exports items from positive to negative list four years ago, it has done more than $4 billion trade every year. In 2012-13, it almost touched $5.5 billion.


Anilesh S. Mahajan
May 6, 2015
The government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has hastened the process, and decided to use the books of Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust and Kandla Port Trust to fund the development of the port.


Shweta Punj
May 7, 2014
Many feel if the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) forms the next government, as is widely expected, it could mean an end to side-stepping on contentious issues at the cost of national interest.


Shweta Punj
December 5, 2013
China's trade with South Asian nations has grown from $40 billion in 2006 to $85 billion in 2011. In terms of foreign direct investment in the region, China is way ahead of India.


BT Online Bureau
New Delhi, August 2, 2012
In a major step towards normalising economic relations, India has announced changes in regulation to allow investment from Pakistani firms and individuals.


PTI
New Delhi, April 14, 2012
India says it will allow FDI from Pakistan paving the way for industries from the neighbouring country to set up businesses in the growing Indian market.


IANS
New Delhi, April 13, 2012
Pakistan has moved from the \"positive list\" to a short \"negative list,\" in a bid to according the MFN status and normalising trade relations with India.


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