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→ Why is this discussion relevant?
With intra-regional trade at less than 5% of total trade, South Asia is the least integrated region in the world, dwarfed by East Asia’s 35% and Europe’s 60%.
It’s 20% cheaper for India to trade with Brazil than with its neighbor Pakistan.
Bangladesh’s exports to India can potentially rise by 300%.
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What can landlocked countries such as Nepal, Bhutan gain from more intraregional trade?
What should South Asian governments do to expand trade between themselves?