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Pakistan has potential to export 40,000T kinnow to India annually

18 Dec 2012 | Agricultural market
Pakistan has potential to export 40,000T kinnow to India annually
LAHORE: Pakistani kinnow exporters can benefit from improved ties with India for increasing exports of kinnow from Pakistan to India with annual consumption of 40,000 tonnes. LAHORE: Pakistani kinnow exporters can benefit from improved ties with India for increasing exports of kinnow from Pakistan to India with annual consumption of 40,000 tonnes. Indians rate Pakistani kinnow equal in value to Australian oranges and by exporting kinnow to India, our exporters can save a big portion of transportation expenditure as compared to other countries. According to an estimate Pakistan can export 40,000 tonnes of kinnow to India annually. With the shortest land route access from main fruit producing areas of Pakistan and a huge population consuming kinnow, India can be the best market for export of the delicious winter fruit, which may operationional in January 2013. Harvest Tradings CEO Ahmad Jawad on Monday said free trade and frequent interactions could result in making our farming high-tech...

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