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Will review Most Favoured Nation status granted to Pakistan: India

Will review Most Favoured Nation status granted to Pakistan: India

India on Thursday said it will review the Most Favoured Nation status granted to Pakistan by it.

PM Narendra Modi postpones meeting to review MFN status to Pakistan till next week

PM Narendra Modi postpones meeting to review MFN status to Pakistan till next week

Withdrawal of the MFN status by India is likely to hurt Pakistani industries as it might stop flow of raw materials at competitive prices.

Most Favoured Nation status to Pakistan: PM Modi to chair high-level meet Thursday

Most Favoured Nation status to Pakistan: PM Modi to chair high-level meet Thursday

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will chair a high-level meet at his New Delhi residence on Thursday to review India's unilateral grant of Most favoured Nation (MFN) to Pakistan. 

PM Narendra Modi to review 'Most Favoured Nation' status India accorded to Pakistan in 1996

PM Narendra Modi to review 'Most Favoured Nation' status India accorded to Pakistan in 1996

India has forcefully asked the world to isolate Pakistan for nurturing terrorism and firmly advised Islamabad to stop dreaming it can ever capture Jammu and Kashmir.

No proposal for MFN status to India under consideration: Pakistan

No proposal for MFN status to India under consideration: Pakistan

There is no proposal under consideration to give India the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status, Pakistan Commerce Minister Khurram Dastgir Khan has said.

Pakistan ready to extend MFN status to India: Envoy

Kolkata, March 17 (IANS) Asserting that Pakistan would confer India the status of most favoured nation (MFN) once the dialogue process resumed, Pakistan High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit Tuesday claimed that his country had almost extended the facility in March 2014 before it was informally

Pakistan not considering granting MFN status to India

Pakistan is not considering granting Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status to India, a senior minister has said.

Indo-Pak ministers to meet; India says no resumption of talks

Grant of MFN status to India and trade in petro products will be among the issues likely to figure in the meeting of the commerce ministers of India and Pakistan on January 18.

Pak may decide on MFN status to India after polls: Dobbins

Still, the Obama Administration has been raising the issue with the new Nawaz Sharif Government to grant MFN status to India as soon as possible.

MFN status to India needed for mutual benefit: Pak businessmen

India had given the MFN status to Pakistan in 2006 but the move is yet to be reciprocated by its neighbour.

MFN status must for India: Pakistani industry chamber

Pitching for Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status for India, Pakistani business community on Friday said every effort including a liberalised visa regime should be initiated to boost bilateral trade.

Pakistan rules out MFN status to India before next elections

India is unlikely to be granted the `Most Favoured Nation` (MFN) status before 2014 Lok Sabha elections and resumption of composite dialogue between the two nations, Pakistan Finance Minister has said.

MFN status will be given to India: Pakistan

Pakistan has assured the International Monetary Fund of granting the most-favoured nation status to India.

MFN status to India not on table for the time being: Pak FM

The remarks came within days of World Bank saying in a report that Pakistan will benefit from granting the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status to India.

No plan to grant MFN status to India: Pakistan

The Pakistan government on Monday said it has no immediate plan to grant the most favoured nation (MFN) status to India.

Indo-Pak dialogue sees consensus for MFN status to India

The recently concluded track-II dialogue between India and Pakistan, held at New Delhi, has reached consensus on the demand to award Most Favoured Nation status to India.

MFN-status to India: Pakistan speaks of `some reservations`

Stakeholders in Pakistan have "some reservations" about giving Most Favoured Nation-status to India and issue will be discussed at meeting between two sides, Foreign Secretary Jalil Abbas Jilani said.

MFN status to India could boost Indo-Pak trade

With the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status likely to be granted to India and phasing out of the negative list from 1,209 items in near future, bilateral trade between India and Pakistan is expected to touch six billion dollars in next three years from the present level of around two billion dollars.

‘Pak moving towards granting MFN status to India’

Pak recently switched over to a negative list regime for trade with India, paving the way for MFN-status by next year.

India, Pak to ease biz visas; MFN status likely by year-end

Taking major steps towards boosting bilateral trade, India and Pakistan on Thursday agreed to ease visa regime for businessmen and Islamabad assured New Delhi of moving to negative list of imports by this month-end before phasing it out by year-end making way for MFN status hanging fire for over 15 years.