Khan described visa restrictions and derailment of the on-going dialogue process between the two countries as "the biggest hurdles in implementation of the South Asian Free Trade Agreement". "Except the textiles sector, Pakistan has big interest in most of the sectors in India," he said.
He also laid stress on the need to diminish trade barriers. "Customs at both sides should act towards pro-trade and message should go to them from their governments in this direction and it is also imperative to reduce trade barriers," he said. Earlier today, India's Commerce Secretary S R Rao said there is a need to enhance trade through land route, particularly between India and Pakistan.