Indian Regulators To Explain The Trade Regime
Karachi: As a part of the process of normalization of trade between Pakistan and India, the Ministry of Commerce and Trade Development Authority of Pakistan had conducted extensive interactive sessions with all stakeholders for identification of non-tariff barriers in the Indian import regime.
In this regard; to further sensitize the exporters and importer of Pakistan about Indian trade regime, a delegation of trade regulators of Government of India comprising officials of Indian Customs; Bureau of Indian Standards; Food Safety and Standards Authority of India and Export Inspection Council are visiting Pakistan from 25-27 January 2012.
These officials will have interactive sessions in Lahore (Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry) and in Karachi (Trade Development Authority of Pakistan) on 26 January 2012 and 27 January 2102, respectively.
During these sessions the Indian Regulators will enlighten the Pakistani exporters on the regulatory framework of the Indian import regime and will also respond to the queries of Pakistani businesspersons on the non-tariff barriers in the Indian import regime.
For more information, contact:
Trade Development Authority of Pakistan
5th Floor, Block A, Finance and Trade Centre, Shahrah-e-Faisal,
PABX: 92-21- 9206487-90