India-Pakistan Trade: A Case Study of the Pharmaceutical Sector
Vaqar Ahmed () and
Samavia Batool ()
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This paper attempts to evaluate the possible gains and losses arising from the gradual opening up of pharmaceutical trade between India and Pakistan. The comparative advantages of both countries at a disaggregated level is explained followed by a qualitative analysis of various perceptions and experiences of Pakistanâ€™s pharmaceutical manufacturers with respect to trade with India.
Keywords: India; Pakistan; pharmaceutical trade; Afghanistan (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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