Pakistan's gross domestic product (GDP) is expected to increase by two percent in the next three years if trade between India and Pakistan gets into full swing, reveals a research report by the SAARC Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Pakistani exports to India are also expected to rise to 250 billion rupees, reports the Express Tribune.
The studies suggest that trade between India and Pakistan is on a constant increase in spite of bitter political tensions.
Pakistan's ministry of Commerce and Trade Development Authority have conducted many researches to predict whether the economic growth rate would increase in Pakistan as a result of bilateral trade.
The study also suggests that bilateral trades will increase job opportunities in different sectors in Pakistan.