India Pakistan Trade Normalisation

Author by : Nisha Taneja
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Publisher by : Springer
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Description : This book explores the unfinished India–Pakistan Trade normalisation agenda (building upon the themes covered in the book “India-Pakistan Trade: Strengthening Economic Relations” published by Springer in 2014) and discusses the steps that must be undertaken in order to move the bilateral engagement forward. Given the commencement of bilateral state-level talks and the Indian government’s emphasis on South Asian integration, it adds impetus to the trade liberalisation process, while also providing essential recommendations for policymakers in both countries. The unfinished agenda faces obstacles such as the list of items for which export from India to Pakistan continues to be restricted; lack of land borders and seamless cross-border transport services, which hampers the realisation of trade potential; negative reporting in the media, which influences traders’ perceptions; and the continued occurrence of informal trade resulting from inadequacies of formal trade relations. The book examines various sectors, including the agricultural, textiles, automotive and pharmaceutical industries, given their predominance on the list of restricted items for bilateral trade. It also covers studies on unconventional and under-researched themes concerning informal trade, informational barriers to India–Pakistan trade, and opening new land borders for trade – all of which can play a facilitating role in realizing the untapped trade potential between India and Pakistan. The book also includes the second round of the India–Pakistan trade perception survey, which identifies impediments to India–Pakistan bilateral trade and assesses the change in traders’ perceptions since the first round of the survey, which was published in 2014.


India Pakistan Trade

Author by : Nisha Taneja
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : Examining the implications of recent important developments, the primary aim of this book is to bridge the gaps in existing literature on India-Pakistan economic engagement and to examine various aspects of the trade normalization process. The book includes familiar themes of India-Pakistan bilateral trade in goods and services, providing new insights into the potential for trade and the challenges involved in realizing it. The respective chapters examine the current trade trends and identify the possible sectors for bilateral FDI flows between the two countries, which could help forge deeper economic ties between them. In light of India’s changed investment policy, this analysis is pertinent for investors and policy-makers alike. The book also includes chapters on a variety of unconventional subjects, such as estimating the levels of informal trade, an analysis of a trade perception survey and identifying trade potential using a CGE modeling approach. Further, a number of sectors have been identified for in-depth analysis, including sports goods, healthcare and energy. These sector-based analyses reflect the gap between current levels of trade in the selected industries and the possible trade potential. The studies identify key tradable commodities in the health and sports industries, as well as opportunities for trading in energy. The book thus provides readers with a deep understanding of the process of normalizing economic relations and enhancing bilateral trade at the micro and macro levels, on the basis of which the authors subsequently provide recommendations for policymakers.


India Pakistan Trade Relations

Author by : Mohsin Khan
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Description : One of the more significant recent economic developments in South Asia was the revival of trade talks between India and Pakistan in 2011. A question frequently raised is why India and Pakistan trade so little with each other despite the existence of common history, language, culture, and long borders. Economic theory and evidence from around the world would predict that trade between the two largest economies in South Asia would be far greater than its current level of around $2.5 billion. It is clear to most observers that Pakistan's economic development will depend to a large extent on normalizing relations with India to pave the way for South Asian regional economic integration. For India, trade with Pakistan is not only advantageous in itself, but would also facilitate trade with Afghanistan, China, Iran, and the Central Asian countries. Thus, for both countries, increased trade with each other would be a win-win outcome. This paper examines key issues related to India-Pakistan trade relations from the Pakistani perspective.


Indo Pakistan Trade Relations

Author by : Ranjit Singh Ghuman
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India Pakistan Bilateral Trade Relations

Author by : Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India
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Publisher by : Unknown
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India Pakistan Relations With Special Reference To Kashmir

Author by : Kulwant Rai Gupta
Languange : en
Publisher by : Atlantic Publishers & Dist
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Description : The Editor Maintains That India Had To Agree To Partition Under Compelling Circumstances. After India Got Independence, It Should Have Taken Steps To Undo The Mischief Of Our British Rulers. Things Would Have Been Much Easier Immediately After Partition, Particularly, When Pakistan Provided An Excuse To Us By Sending Its Forces In Kashmir. The Pakistan Army At That Time Was Weak And The Job Could Have Been Done At A Minimum Cost. The Second Opportunity Arose In 1965 When Pakistan Again Attacked Kashmir. The Third Opportunity Came In 1971 When Pakistani Forces Attacked India. But The Operation Now Would Be Much More Costlier In Terms Of Men And War Materials Because The Pakistan Has Built A Strong Army And Developed Nuclear Power Over The Long Period Provided To Them By India S Rulers. But This Cost May Still Be Less Than The Cost We Are Incurring From Continued Hostility And Cross Border Terrorism In The Form Of Continuous Military Deployment And Killings Of Civil And Military Persons.Pakistan Is Constantly Blaming India In All Regional And International Fora For Not Implementing The United Nations Resolution Regarding Holding Of Plebiscite In Jammu And Kashmir. In Fact, Pakistan Is Responsible For This Because It Has Failed To Withdraw Its Forces From Jammu And Kashmir Which Was A Condition For Holding Plebiscite According To The United Nations Resolution.The Editor Holds That India Should Drop No First Use Of Nuclear Weapons Policy Against A Country Which Repeatedly Threatens First Use Of Nuclear Weapons. The First Use Of Nuclear Weapons By Pakistan May Be So Massive And Widespread That It May Disable India To Use The Nuclear Weapon.If India Drops Its No First Use Option Of Nuclear Weapons, Pakistan Would Stop Blackmailing India And May Even Be Deterred Venturing Terrorism In India.The Volumes Include Viewpoints Of A Number Of Eminent Experts On Indo-Pak Relations. These Include Views Not Only Of Indian Experts But Also Of Pakistani Experts. The Volumes Contain Texts Of All The Documents In Original Relating To Indo-Pak Relations Since The Partition Of India In 1947. It Is Hoped That The Volumes Would Be Found Useful By The Students And Research Scholars Concerned With International Relations. The Volumes Would Also Be Useful To The Parliamentarians And Executives Of India And Pakistan Concerned With The Formulation And Execution Of Foreign Policy Of Their Country. Common Readers Interested In Indo-Pak Relations Would Also Find The Volumes Useful And Interesting. The Volumes Would Be Equally Useful For All Libraries, Officers Messes And Institutions Of Defence Services.


Building Peace Through Trade

Author by : Anonim
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India Pakistan Relations

Author by : P. M. Kamath
Languange : en
Publisher by : Bibliophile South Asia
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Description : Arises Out Of A Seminar Held At Bombay In April 2004. Papers On Different Facets Of The Theme - India-Pakistan Relations - 14 Contributions By Eminent Thinkers Are Present Here - Covers Economic And Political Relations And Suggestions In Respective Areas.


India Pakistan Trade

Author by : Mohsin S. Khan
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India Pakistan Trade

Author by : Manoj Pant
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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World Community And Indo Pak Relations

Author by : Verinder Grover
Languange : en
Publisher by : Deep & Deep Pub
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Description : Contributed essays.


Trade And Economic Development

Author by : Krishnalekha Sood
Languange : en
Publisher by : SAGE Publications Pvt. Limited
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Description : Trade and Economic Development studies the recent developments in international economic relations through a detailed examination of three South Asian countries--India, Bangladesh and Pakistan. The author presents the general economic indicators of the three countries and compares them to global indexes. The salient features of each country's economy, particularly trade and industrial performance, are examined. With an outline of these countries' developmental policies, resource bases, export potential, and import needs, Krishnalekha Sood discusses the potential of existing mechanisms for regional economic cooperation.


India Pakistan Trade

Author by : Anonim
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India Pakistan Trade Opportunities For Medical Value Travel

Author by : Anonim
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Description : Despite an uncertain political relationship, and tensions between India and Pakistan, healthcare is a sector for trade that has the potential to grow. It is a soft sector, offering a win-win situation for both countries as producers will get a larger market for their products while consumers will have more options and superior quality products to choose from. Given India's growth in the area of providing medical value travel facilities in South Asia, the objective of the study is to explore the potential of enhancing trade in the health sector, between India and Pakistan. Based on a survey of hospitals, intermediaries and patients, the study examines the key characteristics and constraints of India-Pakistan trade in health services. The study also documents lessons that India can learn from its South-East Asian competitors in the medical tourism industry and finally recommends policies that will improve trade in health services between India and Pakistan.


India Pakistan

Author by : Samridhi Bimal
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Description : This trade perception survey was undertaken to understand how stakeholders engaged in India-Pakistan trade perceived impediments faced by them in realizing the trade potential between the two countries. Based on an analysis of information collected in the survey on six indicators—awareness of trade policy, ease of meeting standards, market access, business facilitation, customs and documentation, and infrastructure at ports—the study recommends policy options that the Indian and Pakistani governments could consider to reduce impediments. As India and Pakistan are in the midst of a trade normalization process, the recommendations made would help the two governments address the impediments highlighted in the study.


Shooting For A Century

Author by : Stephen P. Cohen
Languange : en
Publisher by : Brookings Institution Press
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Description : "Examines the antagonistic relationship between India and Pakistan and the territorial and identity issues that have divided them for sixty-five years, and possibly the next thirty-five, and offers ways the tension between the two might be ameliorated ifnot solved, including a more active role for the United States"--Provided by publisher.


Elite Perceptions In Foreign Policy

Author by : Smruti S. Pattanaik
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Description : The Present Study Focuses On The Entire Gamut Of Indo-Pak Relations Post 1989 Based On The Content Analyses Of Live English Language Newspapers Each From India And Pakistan. It Reflects The Trends In Bilateral Relationship And How Elite In Both The Countries Have Prioritized Various Bilateral Issues And Discussed Possible Solutions On Each Issue.


Indo Pak Trade And Political Balance

Author by : Chandrani Sarma
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Description : This paper discusses the potential trade relations that could occur between India and Pakistan.


India And Pakistan

Author by : Jasjit Singh
Languange : en
Publisher by : Lancer Publishers
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China Pakistan Relations

Author by : Dr Suresh Chandra
Languange : en
Publisher by : Vij Books India Pvt Ltd
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Description : Pakistan’s relations with China have always been the most important of its relationships with other countries. It is based on trust, respect, and mutual benefit. Over the past 55 years, since the two countries established their diplomatic relations, this relationship has evolved in a manner to serve the interests of both countries. To understand the evolution of this relationship from a correct perspective, it is important to have a brief overview of the relationship between the two countries. China’s adversarial relationship with India has been one of the important factors in its all-weather friendship with Pakistan. Such an intimate relationship between the two had developed at a time when China’s global profile had not developed to the extent that is discernable now. Over the years, Sino-Indian relationship has also matured to a greater degree of engagement. China is now projecting itself as a responsible global power, beyond the sub-continent and the region. One can fathom China’s primordial commitment to Pakistan and China’s imperative need for Pakistan’s support to rein in Muslim separatists operating in China-Pakistan border in the Uygur region, but China needs to calibrate its relationship with Pakistan in the context of these changes and in such a manner so as not to arouse any misgivings in New Delhi. As the book addresses this crucial issue quite deftly, it is hoped that it would prove to be a source of great information for the reader.


Wall At Wagah

Author by : Kuldip Nayar
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Description : This is a monumental work, spread over five decades and more, from August 1947 to the 2003. All the articles of Kuldip Nayar on relations between India and Pakistan, with special focus on Kashmir, have been included in this volume. It is a history of wars and accords, of enmity and amity, of failures and successes. Many situations you would like to know are discussed as they happened, phase by phase. He tells about the meetings, suggests a solution to the Kashmir problem, reveals the adventures of Pakistani forces at Kargil and gives details of militants and their operations. This work will be a useful study for academicians, parliamentarians, politicians, students and all those who want to know about what has gone wrong between India and Pakistan.


Stability Through Economic Cooperation In A Nuclear Environment

Author by : Saira Yamin
Languange : en
Publisher by : Manohar Publishers
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Description : This Study Provides A Unique Opportunity To Explore Avenues For Economic Cooperation Across The India-Pakistan Divide Which Would Protect Their Individual Economies In The Face Of The Rapid Pace Of Globalization, To Maximize The Benefits And Minimize The Costs Of The Process.


Indo Russian Relations

Author by : V. D. Chopra
Languange : en
Publisher by : Gyan Publishing House
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Description : Introduction Indo-Russian Relations : An Overview Russian-Indian Relations : A View into the Third Millennium Indo-Russian Strategic Cooperation Indo-Russian Strategic Partnership for Enhanced Cooperation The Phases in Indo-Russian Relations Future of India-Russia Defence Cooperation India-Russia Economic Relations : Challenges and Opportunities Trade Relations between India and Russia Economic and Trade Relations between India and Russia Indo-Russian Nuclear Cooperation Indo-Russian Cooperation in Marine Science and Technology Russia and South Asia : Growing Indo-Russian Relations Indian Economic Interests in Central Asia in Post-Soviet Era Central Asia : Russian and Indian Interests Indo-Russian Relations: Prospects and Problems in the Twenty First Century Indo-Russian Relations : Historical Perspective Impact of Developments in Russia on Indian National Movement Political Pluralism in Russia - A Tentative Assessment Russia^s Foreign Policy in the Post-Cold War Period Putin, Plutocracy and Foreign Policy Russian Foreign Policy A Wind of Change is Blowing : A Report on Russia Today Economic Transformation in Russia Putin^s Russia : Unquiet Flows the Don Chechen Imbroglio : Prospect of Russian Disintegration ? Russia, China and India : An Overview Russia and China : The Emerging Strategic Partnership New Starting-Point, New Challenges-Sino-Russian Relations in the New Century.