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2nd meet of India-Pakistan business council next week

Interacting with a group of business leaders at a meet organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Bashir said the council had already set up four task forces to identify, recommend and initiate the process of partnership in different sectors.

The council, set up by the commerce ministries of the two nations and comprising 15 business leaders from both sides, held its first meeting in Islamabad in June.

The high commissioner said Pakistan was keen to take pragmatic steps to promote trade and economic cooperation with India.

‘We are very keen to move and take pragmatic steps to build mutually beneficial cooperation which should be full spectrum in realms of trade, economic cooperation and also in terms of add-ons we can mutually do in terms of technology,’ he said.
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