Monday, Jul 14, 2003
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Sir, In your Editorial "Fostering bilateral trade" ( July 11 ) it is rightly inferred that an improvement in bilateral relations at the political level does lead to greater trade and that the reverse is also true.
It is encouraging that India-Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry is focussing on infrastructural constraints in trade. The recent resumption of the Delhi-Lahore bus service indicates a thaw in relations between the two neighbours.
The past must be forgotten and both countries must come together for talks.
J.S. Jehu Raju,
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