North Eastern region of India is a gold mine of trade and commerce opportunities with a number of lucrative sectors offering unprecedented scope for investment. Its strategic location allows access into markets of Eastern India and neighboring countries such as Bangladesh, Bhutan, Myanmar, Nepal and the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries, which could be exploited to create robust, mutually beneficial economic relationships. Trade relations between these countries and North East India date back many centuries and strengthening these relations will give a major boost to the regions development. However, at present, various infrastructural bottlenecks in the existing Land Customs Stations (LCS) in the North East are inhibiting the region’s two-way trade with its two neighbours.
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