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The Agartala DoctrineA Proactive Northeast in Indian Foreign Policy$
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Subir Bhaumik

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780199463800

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: April 2016

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199463800.001.0001

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Bangladesh and India’s Northeast

Bangladesh and India’s Northeast

A Shared Destiny

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(p.58) 2 Bangladesh and India’s Northeast
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The Agartala Doctrine
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Farooq Sobhan

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199463800.003.0003

Bangladesh and the India’s North East are much more than next door neighbours. Being geographically contiguous, they are ‘natural markets’ for each other. India and Bangladesh are now working together to widen and strengthen their cooperation. In the field of security, they have made significant progress in recent years. Now they could build on that foundation of cooperation and remove the bottlenecks affecting improved trade and connectivity. While India can help develop Bangladesh’s export and investment climate, Bangladesh can let India use its infrastructure for surface and maritime connectivity to move men and material to the Northeast . Equally important is the need to remove tariff and non-tariff barriers, develop and modernize the infrastructure along the border, and facilitate connectivity bilaterally and within the sub-region and beyond.

Keywords:   BCIM, Border Haats, Certification, Classification, Connectivity, EPZ, FDI, Harmonization, Joint Venture, Non-tariff barriers, Standardization, Trade Facilitation, Transit, Transshipment

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