publication . Research . 2014

India-Pakistan trade: An analysis of the pharmaceutical sector

Pant, Manoj; Pande, Devyani;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2014
  • Publisher: New Delhi: Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER)
Abstract
With the ongoing trade normalisation process between India and Pakistan, opportunities to integrate have opened up between both countries. The pharmaceutical sector is crucial to health issues in developing economies and would be an ideal segment to focus on in improving trade relations between the two countries. Here, an empirical and theoretical analysis of India-Pakistan trade using some statistical indicators reveals low levels of current trade but huge trade potential. Since China has virtually dominated the trade scene in nearly all manufacturing sectors, this study also looks at the tripartite dynamics of trade in pharmaceutical items among India, Pakista...
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free text keywords: F10, F13, F14, India-Pakistan, trade, pharmaceuticals, China, trade potential, trade complementarity, FDI, policy recommendations, ddc:330
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