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ISLAMABAD: The Commonwealth Asia Alliance of Young Entrepreneurs (CAAYE) is hosting an Indo-Pak juvenile Entrepreneurs Summit on Tuesday.
The event is taking location in association with the Aman Ki Asha crusade and the juvenile Entrepreneurs Forum of the Islamabad Chamber of business and commerce. It is also in joint venture with the administration juvenile Indians.
The happening will be attended by about 30 juvenile entrepreneurs from India. A large number of local entrepreneurs, diplomats, dignitaries, members of academia,
policymakers and university scholars are expected to take part in the happening.
Shaban Khalid, leader of the Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry and head person of the juvenile Entrepreneurs Forum said that India and Pakistan have massive promise for bilateral trade which can be raised from the present $2.5 billion to $10 billion by taking assesses to facilitate the businessmen of the two countries.
With a community base of roughly 1.5 billion people, India and Pakistan furthermore own the promise of a powerful economic bloc.
To realise this untapped economic potential, both edges need to reshape their bilateral ties by making efforts for an end to mutual mistrust.

Author: Ghu Hasa

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