|Name||Afghanistan – India|
|Members||Afghanistan – India|
|Type of agreement||Bilateral Free Trade Agreement|
|Date of signature||March 6, 2003|
|Key points||1. India has granted substantial duty concessions to certain categories of Afghan dry fruit, from 50% to 100%. In exchange, Afghanistan allowed Indian products, including tea, sugar, cement and pharmaceuticals, to receive reciprocal concessions.|
2. At the SAARC Summit in Male in November 2011, India abolished basic customs duties for all SAARC LDCs, giving all Afghan products (except alcohol and tobacco) duty-free access to the Indian market.
3. In June 2017, an Air-Freight Corridor linking India and Afghanistan was created, operating more than 500 corridor flights since its inception, carrying almost 7,000 tons of cargo worth over US$ 200 million.
For more details, kindly check the link in references.
|1. Afghanistan – India Trade Agreement, accessed November 2020, https://eoi.gov.in/kabul/?11360?000|