Tension after the Palamama incident: China and India have stopped trade
Lahore: Trade between Pakistan and India closed and Indian traders canceled all the orders.
According to the sources of Commerce, no goods from Pakistan could be used for the last two days since the Indian government has imposed 200% regulatory duty on Pakistani goods.
Sources of Commerce say that Indian traders decided to send back millions of rupees worth Rs. 4 rupees on February 16, while Indian traders have also asked for Rs.
According to sources, 350 major trucks of cement were kept on the Wahda border, while hundreds of trucks of soda ash, leather, salts and chemicals were also present on the Wahaha border.
Remember that India is accused of being blamed by India after the death of 44 personnel, resulting in attack on Indian caravan caravan on February 14 in Palma district of occupied Kashmir.
India excludes Pakistan’s lowest interest rate (MFN) status, while imposing 200% customs duties on Pakistani products.