Informal Trade- Border Haats

Bipul Chatterjee suggests reducing border crime and trafficking by establishing 'Border-haats' to encourage local product trade.

In conversation with Bipul Chatterjee, executive director of the Consumer Utility & Trust Society (CUTS) International- a centre for international trade, economics & environment . In this segment, Mr. Chatterjee recommends ways in which informal trade, crime and trafficking can be reduced along the international boundaries, such as by establishing ‘Border-haats’ or border markets, encouraging the trade of local products and so forth.

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