India-Pakistan Trade Liberalization: A CGE Modelling Apporach
AbstractThis study makes an attempt to assess the impact of bilateral trade liberalization on their respective economies and also on the rest of the South Asia. Our results indicate that there exist significant gains from India, Pakistan mutual trade liberalization. However, these gains are realized only when productivity gain occur in the modes of transport service engaged in trade between these two countries. This is expected given the logistics problems in trade between India and Pakistan
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Date of creation: 2013
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India; Pakistan; Trade Liberalization;
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