Giving MFN status to india by pakistan ,is this their new tactic to avoid main issue of terrorism with india?
Asked by tapan sinha, 15 Nov '11 12:25 pm
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Yes....Can't trust Pakistan.Answered by anantharaman, 15 Nov '11 01:54 pm
True ! Even this wont be made operational.pakis will give some silly excuse in doing so.Answered by prabir sanyal, 15 Nov '11 12:27 pm
Already thousand of Pakistani traders are coming so no issue !!Answered by Atish krishna, 15 Nov '11 12:27 pm
Yes that is one, and then in the name of visiting India for business, the terrorists can come to India, as businessmenAnswered by rajnikant raiyarela, 15 Nov '11 12:26 pm
YesAnswered by vikram bawa, 15 Nov '11 02:28 pm
May be yesAnswered by iqbal seth, 15 Nov '11 12:43 pm
It was over-due, as under WTO regulations, every member country has to extend MFN status to other members. India has given it to Pakistan more than a decade back. It is mandatory. Now, we have to seen the Items under GOL and the restricted/banned ones, under MFN status to India.
Source: siachenAnswered by Siachen, 15 Nov '11 12:32 pm