146% Increase in Pakistan-India Trade

via www.financialexpress.com

Total trade between the two countries stood at $380.79 million, up from $154.95 million in April-November, 2003-04, he said. Indian exports to Pakistan jumped from $110.48 million in April-November, 2003-04, to $314.54 million in the current fiscal. Imports from Pakistan also rose from $44.47 million to $66.25 million in April-November this fiscal. “The commodities where significant growth is registered include man-made fibre (1145%), plastic and linoleum products (1864%), non-ferrous metals (1311%), rice (other than basmati) (542%), ferro alloys (875%), pulses (759%), meat and meat preparations (521%),”