Briefly Business: Commerce secys of India-Pak to meet today

Issues like increasing air connectivity and trade in petroleum products are expected to figure in the two-day Commerce Secretary-level talks between India and Pakistan

Written by Agencies | Published:September 20, 2012 1:09 am

Commerce secys of India-Pak to meet today

New Delhi: Issues like increasing air connectivity and trade in petroleum products are expected to figure in the two-day Commerce Secretary-level talks between India and Pakistan beginning Thursday in Islamabad.

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