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46274-001: Facilitating Cross-Border Transport in the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation Region (Phase 1) in Pakistan | by Asian Development Bank
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46274-001: Facilitating Cross-Border Transport in the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation Region (Phase 1) in Pakistan

Indian trucks queue up to leave from Bab-e-Tijarat i.e. The Trade Gate on Pakistani side. ADB's Central Asia and Regional Economic Cooperation Programme strives to create and encourage positive atmosphere for trade between borders. In 2015, the trade between India and Pakistan had reached US$900 million. Along with the improvement in border management system, strengthening of road networks will give fast access to Torkham, Afghanistan and onwards to Central Asia. An additional project will expand and upgrade the BCPs at Torkham and Chaman.

 

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Facilitating Cross-Border Transport in the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation Region (Phase 1)

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Taken on March 24, 2015