• India-China border terrestrial trade has begun. Trade passes have been issued to three traders and six assistants. The trade office of business has opened in the Indian market, Ganji. Merchants’ goods have also reached the mark.
• Dozens of traders are awaiting trade passes in the Indian market Gunji. India-China border terrestrial trade will last until October 31. This permission has been received from the Government of India with the District Administration and Dharchula Trade Office. Ministry of External Affairs and Commerce has reached the Dharchula trade office with 264 trade passes from the Government of India.
• Passes are issued from the Trade Office located at Dharchula. On the first day, trade passes were issued to three traders and six assistants.
• Trade officer RK Pandey said that so far, 66 applicants have got applications for the trade passes of 144 traders and 144 assistants to participate in the China trade, in which nine passes have been issued the first day.
• Trade passes will now be issued on every working day. The traders who have reached Guanji will continue the trade pass from the Guincy office.