India gives another major blow to Pakistan, exports of this food item down by 14%

New Delhi: A number of cases have been reported from the country day in and day out, when India applied to the European Union for the protected geographical indication tag of Basmati rice, Pakistan responded against it. But now Pakistan has lagged behind India in the international market over rice exports and has accused India of quadrupling the trade-in exports.

Pakistan has alleged that India has violated "international food safety rules" which have caused huge losses to Pakistan's rice exports. Pakistan has since spoken of complaining about India in the face of WTO meaning. The rice industry is the largest industry in Pakistan and rice exports have contributed immensely to Pakistan's GDP.

According to a report received, Pakistan's rice exports have fallen by 14 percent over the previous year. Between July 2020 and May 2021, 3.3 million tonnes of rice have been exported by Pakistan. A year earlier 3.87 million tonnes of rice was exported. The report claims that India has exported rice to other countries at a much lower price than Pakistan in the recent past, which has led to lower export of Pakistan. India is exporting rice at an average rate of $360 per tonne, while Pakistan sells its rice at $450 a tonne, said Abdul Qayyum Paracha, president of the Rice Exporters Association of Pakistan.

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