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RAWALPINDI, Dec 10: Traders and associations of chemists in Rawalpindi have rejected the government's decision to give the most favoured nation (MFN) status to India, arguing that it will exhaust Pakistan's raw material.

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Traders oppose MFN status to India
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RAWALPINDI, Dec 10: Traders and associations of chemists in Rawalpindi have rejected the government's decision to give the most favoured nation (MFN) status to India, arguing that it will exhaust Pakistan's raw material.

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Traders oppose MFN status to India
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RAWALPINDI, Dec 10: Traders and associations of chemists in Rawalpindi have rejected the government's decision to give the most favoured nation (MFN) status to India, arguing that it will exhaust Pakistan's raw material.

Rawalpindi – Google News

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Short URL: http://islamabad.newspakistan.pk/?p=4968

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Traders oppose MFN status to India – DAWN.com

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Traders oppose MFN status to India
DAWN.com
RAWALPINDI, Dec 10: Traders and associations of chemists in Rawalpindi have rejected the government's decision to give the most favoured nation (MFN) status to India, arguing that it will exhaust Pakistan's raw material.

Rawalpindi – Google News

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Short URL: http://islamabad.newspakistan.pk/?p=4969

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