Non-Tariff Barriers to India-Bangladesh Trade

A study, commissioned by USAID/India and conducted by CUTS International, analyzed non-tariff barriers on agricultural commodities that are being traded between India and Bangladesh through seven land border ports in West Bengal and Tripura. USAID is working to put in motion agricultural trade arrangements between both countries to expand regional markets and agricultural value chains that can potentially enhance profitability of farmers and promote dietary diversity for consumers in both countries. Here is a video on the India-Bangladesh Agricultural trade linkages highlighting how improved trade can help reduce poverty, create jobs, and promote growth in the region.

Last updated: May 24, 2019

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