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These include roaming charges, and non-tariff barriers along the Northern Corridor.
He added that a meeting was also held surrounding non-tariff barriers for COMESA last week in Kenya.
LAHORE -- The current high tariff and non-tariff barriers in India are major obstacles in granting (MNF) Most Favoured Nation status to India and liberalise trade between the two countries.
Similarly, the EU wants Japan to remove its non-tariff barriers to give the bloc greater access to public-sector projects in Japan.
Non-tariff barriers Japan is a big prize for exporters, who complain that its large market is heavily weighted in favour of domestic producers, with sometimes eye-watering tariffs and a range of other barriers to entry, which it is seen as unwilling to remove.
From the European perspective, it's clear to me that dismantling the persistent non-tariff barriers will be the key for the success of the negotiations," he said.
Cassie Muir, of the British American Business Council Midlands, said: "Bringing down stubborn tariff and non-tariff barriers to trade and investment and aligning our regulatory frameworks would boost our joint economies.
In the meetings at the presidency and prime minister's house, the two sides discussed ways of enhancing bilateral trade, including proposals for currency swap, barter trade, removing tariff and non-tariff barriers and improved border coordination for facilitating businessmen.