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Indo-Pak trade volume surpasses 2 $ billion during previous year
Online News, 29 September, 2017
Bilateral trade volume between Pakistan and India among 10 SAARC countries surpassed 2 billion dollars during previous fiscal year (2107).  More...

 

SAARC is doomed with Pakistan fuelling terror
Free Press Journal, 25 September, 2017
With little chance of a summit of South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation (SAARC) again this year after last year’s meeting was cancelled on India pulling out of the summit scheduled to take place in Islamabad (following the Uri terror attacks) and others following suit, the regional grouping is evidently in danger of withering away.  More...

 

Can India take the lead on BIMSTEC?
East Asia Forum, 23 September, 2017
Since its inception in 1997, there has been much discussion about the untapped potential of BIMSTEC — the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation. A peaceful strategic environment, friendly relations among the countries, largely untapped human resource potential and abundant natural resources make it an attractive sub-regional grouping.  More...

 

‘Tremendous opportunity for growth’ identified in the BIMSTEC region
Mizzima, 1 September, 2017
Participants at a Yangon roundtable discussion today point to largely untapped opportunities for trade, communication and cultural exchange in a region of 2.5 billion souls.  More...

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