Manufacturers “are eager to resume transactions with neighbouring countries without the fear of paying heavy tariffs. The federal government’s reopening of more land borders will enable manufacturers to boost their cross-border transactions with access to larger markets, increase their profit and ease raw material sourcing, stakeholders have said.
In August 2019, the federal government, as part of its protectionist policy, decided to close the land borders to all movement of goods to end smuggling and ensure total control over what comes into the country.
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