The News cites the Atlantic Council for hosting the India-Pakistan Trade and Business Forum in Kathmandu, Nepal:

Pakistan-India’s trade has been limited to barely three billion dollars per annum against the trade potential of $19 billion.

Recently, private sector representatives from both the countries discussed the bilateral trade issues at a conference organised by a US think tank Atlantic Council in Kathmandu.

The conference was originally planned in India but due to visa issues for Pakistani participants, the venue was changed to Nepal.

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