Samridhi Bimal has over two years of experience in policy-oriented research. Her broad areas of research interest include international trade and development. Samridhi is currently working on a project titled Strengthening Research and Promoting Multi-level Dialogue between India and Pakistan at Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER), New Delhi. She has worked extensively on various aspects of India-Pakistan economic relations, covering trade and transport facilitation, non-tariff barriers, informal trade and bilateral investment. She has published research papers on several trade and investment related subjects. Samridhi has an undergraduate degree in Economics from Miranda House, Delhi University and a master's degree in Economics from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
Investment in Pakistan: Prospects and challenges for India
21 Jul 2014
With the growing importance of India as a leading source of FDI in South Asia, and Pakistan’s liberal investment policies, there is great potential for Pakistan to attract FDI from India. This column examines prospects and challenges for Indian investment in Pakistan, and recommends policies that can create a mutually beneficial business environment for the two nations.
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