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SAARC summit cancellation affects trade development process
Pak Observer, 31 January, 2017
President SAARC Chamber of Commerce and Industry Suraj Vaidya, Monday, said that regretted cancellation of SAARC summit which had affected trade and business development process.  More...

Why South Asia makes a good match for Britain after Brexit
FT, 29 January, 2017
If Britain turns its back on Europe, it should look to south Asia. Thanks to the growing populations and multi-speed economies in that region, south Asia is likely to show more patience, compared with continental Europe, in dealing with the current political climate in the UK. More...


PM Sharif stresses Pak-Sri Lankan collaboration to achieve SAARC objectives
Asian Tribune, 20 January, 2017
Pakistan Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday said Pakistan wishes to see South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) a vibrant regional organization. More...


South Asia key to revival of global demand: Nirmala Sitharaman
Money Control., 18 January, 2017
Speaking at a session here at WEF, leaders from India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh said trade and common physical and social infrastructure are important to harness growth in South Asia. More...


An Impasse In SAARC Analysis
Eurasia Review, 06 January, 2017
South Asian Regional Cooperation (SAARC) seems to have reached its nadir. With Brexit having shaken up the European Union in June 2016, it is not surprising that the least economically integrated region of the world is breaking apart. More...







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