Top Pakistani economic body allows import of cotton and yarn from India -sources

Employees unload cotton from a truck at a cotton processing unit in Kadi town, in Gujarat, India, April 5, 2018. REUTERS/Amit Dave/File photo

Pakistan’s Economic Coordination Council, a top decision-making body, on Wednesday allowed the import of cotton and yarn from India, sources said, a step towards reviving suspended trade between the two nuclear-armed neighbours.

The ECC meeting was still ongoing, and was due to debate the import of sugar from India.


March 31, 2021

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