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200% custom duty will be followed on goods coming from Pakistan to India

Pakistan mainly exports fresh fruits, cement, large-scale minerals and ore and ready-made leather to India.

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Pakistan mainly exports fresh fruits, cement, large-scale minerals and ore and ready-made leather to India.

Pulwama Attack: After the terrorist attack in Pulwama, the Indian government took another stern step on Saturday to increase customs duty on all goods imported from Pakistan to 200 percent by an immediate effect. The government has earlier withdrawn the status of ‘most preferential’ country given to Pakistan. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley tweeted, “After the Pulwama incident, India has withdrawn the status of the most preferential country in terms of trade with Pakistan. After this, customs has been increased from 200 to 200 per cent with immediate effect on all goods imported from Pakistan to India. “

After the terrorist attack in Pulwama, the government of India withdrew the status of the most preferential country in terms of trade from Pakistan on Friday. The increase in customs will have a great effect on exports to Pakistan from India. In 2017-18, India had exported $ 3,482.3 million ($ 48.85 million) to Pakistan.

Pakistan mainly exports fresh fruits, cement, large-scale minerals and ore and ready-made leather to India.

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