Traders and exporters of Afghanistan and Pakistan have urged Islamabad and Kabul to review policies to further improve mutual trade and economic relations between the two neighboring countries.
According to Pakistani media, the identified bottlenecks that were hampering bilateral and transit trade, including complicated regulations and procedures, strict policies and cumbersome goods’ clearing processes.
This demand was made during a joint meeting of Pak-Afghan traders held under chairmanship of the Pakistan’s Sarhad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI).
The participants of meeting demanded the introduction of a visa free entry regime for the business community, making proper consultation with relevant stakeholders before implementation of the new Afghan Transit Trade Agreement.
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The participants furthermore proposed the launch of a joint bonded carriers system between Pakistan and Afghanistan to address the issues of transport.