India May lift Veto On European Union Duty Waiver For Pakistan



India may lift its veto on European Union (EU) duty waiver for Pakistan, which has been badly affected by floods. India is expected to withdraw its objections of a European Union duty free program for Pakistani products. An Indian trade ministry official refused to confirm, but conceded the issue would be discussed in a meeting of Pakistan’s and India’s trade ministers in Delhi on Sept 28. The move, if also approved by the WTO and the European Parliament, could allow duty free imports of a list of Pakistani products including textiles and ethanol as early as January.
The developments signify improving relations between the two countries.

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