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Militancy stumbling block in Indo-Burma trade!

Militancy in North East seems to have stymied the prospect of a comfortable bilateral trade between India and Burma Dr Tint Swe from chairman BCD said that both the countries have potentials to boost bilateral trade. Interacting with media in Guwahati on Friday, the Burma scholar said that military action is not the solution to wipe out insurgency in the region. He stressed political initiatives to end the chapter of bloodshed in the form of insurgency.

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