ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Adviser on Trade Abdul Razzaq Dawood has said that decision has not been taken yet to stop trade with India adding that the decision will be taken with thoroughly analyzing the situation while the trade between Azad Jammu and Kashmir and occupied Kashmir is continued.
Addressing a news conference in Islamabad on Wednesday, Adviser on Commerce Abdul Razak Dawood said Pakistan’s exports have increased and imports decreased as compared to the last year.
The Adviser on Commerce said the reduction in imports indicates that the economy is on a positive trajectory.
The Adviser said import of mineral products has decreased by 23 percent, vehicles 32 percent, textile 35 percent, paper and paperboard 22 percent and machinery by 11 percent.
Abdul Razak Dawood said the process of registration of traders has been initiated in the country, and they will have to become part of it.