‘Aalishaan Pakistan exhibition’ in India cancelled by Trade Development Authority of India (TDAP)


ISLAMABAD: A trade exhibition has been cancelled by Pakistan which was scheduled to take place in India next month. It was about to held in India due to the ongoing clashes between India and Pakistan after the terror attack in Uri that killed around thousands of people.

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"Due to current situations between Pakistan and India which are beyond TDAP's control, the event planned for 2016 has been called off," Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) said.

'Aalishaan Pakistan exhibition' was about to be held in New Delhi next month.

Trade Development Authority of Pakistan had decided to conduct trade show after holding exhibitions in 2012 and 2014.

The main motto of exhibition was meant to strengthen bilateral trade between India and Pakistan. It will also provide platform for buyers and sellers, the Express Tribune reported.

During May-July last year, the bilateral trade of the two countries was amounted to be  Rs. 206 billion of which Rs. 42 billion was exported by Pakistan and Rs. 162 billion by India.

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