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    Khandu stresses on improving trade relations with neighbouring countries

    ITANAGAR, May 24: Chief Minister Pema Khandu asserted that the state has huge domestic and international potential for trade as it shares borders with countries like Tibet (China), Myanmar and Bhutan. He said in tandem with Government of India’s focus on Neighbourhood First Policy, the state’s trade relations can be further improved by using connectivity links like Pangsau Pass (with Myanmar) in the East and Lumla-Tashigang road (with Bhutan) in the west. 
    “By 2047, we should aim to make Arunachal Pradesh as a Gateway of Trade with our neighbours,” he said. 
    Khandu was speaking at the inaugural session of the one-day International Buyer Seller Meet (IBSM) at the DK Convention Centre here this morning. 
    IBSM is being held for the second time in Arunachal Pradesh by the Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA), an apex body of Ministry of Commerce, to promote exports of potential agricultural and processed food products from Arunachal Pradesh and provide market linkage to producers. The first such meet in the state was held in…

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