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Pakistan urges Afghanistan to start importing goods once again

The Pakistani businessmen have suggested to the business community in Afghanistan that they will offer high quality, fortified foods to Afghanistan if they start importing their goods once again.
According to officials of the Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI), Pakistan has offered to sell flour, rice and ghee among other fortified foods to Afghanistan, if Afghanistan wants to start importing their goods once again.
This comes as Afghanistan has started using alternative trade routes to export their goods and have cut back on imports from Pakistan. Quoted from (Wadsam).
The ACCI has laid down a condition to the Pakistani businessmen that they should bring their goods to Torkham and Chaman border crossings to sell them to Afghans as Afghan traders face problems on the other side of the border.
Afghanistan has becoming less reliant on Pakistan for trade as Iran, China and Turkmenistan have proven to be solid markets for Afghanistan businessmen at the moment.

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