Chipledhunga, Mar. 19: Pokhara Chambers of Commerce, Kaski, and India Importers' Chamber of Commerce and Industries have signed an agreement to promote trade between Nepal and India.
Kisan Sunar from Pokhara Chambers and AK Saxena from India Importers signed a 10-point agreement to exchange mutual coordination and assistance on promoting trade between the two countries.
Pokhara Chambers has been successful to make international coordination within a short time of its establishment, argued Sunar, adding that the commercial associations in Pokhara would be benefitted with the agreement.
Similarly, Saxena observed that the agreement would not only foster commercial activities but also make the socio-cultural identities closer to each other. RSS
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