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India hits bankrupt Pakistani exports to Afghanistan

This news coming after its own experts express possibilities of Pakistan turning bankrupt shows how Pakistan's economy has lost to its terror funding; it is priorities that matter. 'Development' always has an upper hand over 'destruction'.

Pakistan's exports to Afghanistan dwindle from $1.43-bn in 2016 to $1.27-bn in 2017 but Afghan exports to Pakistan grow from $40-mn to $68-mn in same period. 

Terror-state Pakistan's market share in Afghanistan has dropped by more than 50%, falling to $1.2-bn from $ 2.7-bn in last two years.

Out of 200 flour mills in Peshawar about 100 have been shut due to drastic fall in export to Afghanistan.

Movement of containers’ traffic from Karachi to Kabul has decreased from average 70,000 to just 7,000 per annum.

After opening up of Chabahar Port in Iran and starting of 2 air corridors to Afghanistan, Indian exports seem to have badly hit Pakistan's business interests. 

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