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India-Pakistan Trade

Strengthening Economic Relations

Taneja, Nisha, Pohit, Sanjib (Eds.)

2015, XX, 347 p. 74 illus., 73 illus. in color.

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  • Uses a qualitative and quantitative approach to reach its research findings and examines trends in formal and informal trade and bilateral investment between India and Pakistan
  • Includes the developments in the Foreign Direct Investment and trading regimes of India and Pakistan
  • Provides sectoral analyses on trade in energy, health services and the sports goods sectors

Examining the implications of recent important developments, the primary aim of this book is to bridge the gaps in existing literature on India-Pakistan economic engagement and to examine various aspects of the trade normalization process.
The book includes familiar themes of India-Pakistan bilateral trade in goods and services, providing new insights into the potential for trade and the challenges involved in realizing it. The respective chapters examine the current trade trends and identify the possible sectors for bilateral FDI flows between the two countries, which could help forge deeper economic ties between them. In light of India’s changed investment policy, this analysis is pertinent for investors and policy-makers alike.

The book also includes chapters on a variety of unconventional subjects, such as estimating the levels of informal trade, an analysis of a trade perception survey, and identifying trade potential using a CGE modeling approach. Further, a number of sectors have been identified for in-depth analysis, including sports goods, healthcare and energy.  These sector-based analyses reflect the gap between current levels of trade in the selected industries and the possible trade potential. The studies identify key tradable commodities in the health and sports industries, as well as opportunities for trading in energy. The book thus provides readers with a deep understanding of the process of normalizing economic relations and enhancing bilateral trade at the micro and macro levels, on the basis of which the authors subsequently provide recommendations for policymakers.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Economic Integration - Economic Modeling - Foreign Direct Investment - Logistics and Expectation Surveys - Sectoral Analyses - Trade Facilitation

Related subjects » Economic Policy - Finance & Banking

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