Islamabad, Feb. 28: Pakistan Finance Minister Ishaq Dar has emphasized on meaningful market access for Pakistan’s exports to India.
Dar, in a meeting on examining trade with India, said it should be ensured all concessions offered are on a reciprocal basis.
According to the Express Tribune, held at the finance ministry, commerce secretary Qasim Muhammad Niaz briefed the committee on examining trade with India on the pros and cons of normalisation of trade relations.
Dar said that import from India should substitute Pakistan’s import from other countries, which will save valuable foreign exchange.
He emphasised that there should be meaningful market access and level playing field for Pakistan’s exports to India, the report added. (ANI)