Transit trade

(Com.) the business conected with the passage of goods through a country to their destination.

See also: Transit

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KARACHI -- Pakistan-Afghanistan Joint Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PAJCCI) has asked the Ministry of Commerce to facilitate early holding of a meeting of the Afghanistan-Pakistan Transit Trade Coordination Authority (APTTCA).
To a question about the inclusion of India in the transit trade agreement, he said Afghanistan only asked for India's inclusion in Pak-Afghan trade when Pakistan suggested the inclusion of Tajikistan in the agreement.
In a statement here Tuesday, he said India's policy to facilitate and incentivize its traders by helping pay their travel expenses, subsidizing air freight, and investing $500 million in developing transit trade route to Iran has greatly helped it to get a stronghold of Afghan market.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan transit trade volume with Afghanistan declined in 2017 and its regional trade with other countries was increased during this period.
He said that smuggled goods through the borders of Afghanistan, Iran China, India and the Afghan Transit Trade form a chunk of the informal economy volume of which ranges between 50 to 60 percent of the formal economy.
PESHAWAR -- Pak-Afghan Joint Chamber of Commerce and Industry director Ziaul Haq Sarhadi has urged Pakistani and Afghan authorities to review their policies on bilateral trade, including transit trade, to promote bilateral commerce.
Peshawar-Torkham Expressway - a gateway to Central Asia will leverage the Afghan-Pakistan Transit Trade Agreement (APTTA) signed in 2010, and will facilitate access to potential new regional markets.
Talking to Media news agency on Saturday, he said, Pakistan will continue to facilitate Afghan transit trade as part of our commitment to people of Afghanistan.
The Ambassador of Tajikistan, Sherali Saidamir Jononove, has said that Pakistan-Tajikistan bilateral trade and economic relations would be further strengthened following the finalisation of a trilateral transit trade agreement between Pakistan, Afghanistan and Tajikistan (PAT).
The Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority has announced that the country is losing significant revenue due to continued drop in transit trade between Ghana and her West African neighbours.
In the beginning of January this year, Pakistan and Afghanistan held two days negotiations to review Afghanistan Pakistan Transit Trade Agreement (APTTA) and to search out avenues of signing Trilateral Transit Trade Agreement (ATTA) amongst Pakistan, Afghanistan and Tajikistan with an aim to enhance trade volume up to $5 billion over the next three years, according to Pakistani media.
Afghanistan is said to have refused to hold talks on the proposed Trilateral Transit Trade Agreement with Islamabad until commitments made in January 2015 on customs procedures and WeBOC systems are honoured in letter and spirit by Pakistan well informed source told to research analyst-PAGE.