MFN status will be given to India: Pakistan
Islamabad: Pakistan has assured the International Monetary Fund of granting the most-favoured nation status to India.
In a written assurance to the IMF, Pakistan said it was moving forward with eliminating the negative list on trade with India as part of its overall trade policy.
"We are moving forward with eliminating the negative list on trade with India and extending India most-favoured nation status, and shifting to `sensitive list` under Safta (South Asia Free Trade Arrangement) regime to facilitate increased regional trade," Dawn newspaper on Saturday quoted finance minister Ishaq Dar as saying.
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