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What if trade barriers were reduced in South Asia?

October 10, 2012

Not a well written article, but it has enough comparisons to stress upon the need of more economic relations in South Asian countries.

http://tribune.com.pk/story/449213/what-if-trade-barriers-were-reduced-in-south-asia/

It’s already happening. Trade in South Asia is going to ease in coming years and it’s difficult to stop it now. Why?

Because the private sector is now realizing that they have to come forward to bridge the gaps that their goverments have failed to do. The businessmen of India and Pakistan are striving to take the lead and settle the economic issues once and for all. Let’s see what happens next.

China, South Korea and South East Asian countries  have already left behind Europe in household incomes. Its Asia not Europe or United States leading the world economy.

Its time to increase trade and business in South Asia to change the future of this region. But, if its not happen, the people of this region will realize in few years that they even left behind poor Sub-Saharan African states.

 

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