APTTA (Afghan Pakistan Transit Trade Agreement) is a milestone between Pakistan and Afghanistan for boosting the bilateral trade and exports between the two countries. This agreement was signed on 28th October 2010 in Islamabad to improve the economics dynamics of region. The geographic institutional approach will be applied in this research paper. Both countries can bolster their -economic and trade volume and enhance their export rate. The major areas of focus will be the security, development transit trade, economics and investment linkages. The common challenges of terrorism and extremism are also involved across the border of these neighboring countries. The drug trafficking is also one of major challenging confronting to both countries. This agreement will promote the regional peace, stability and prosperity within the region. These both countries will also include the Central Asian Republics to further promote the trade ties. Both countries will cooperate in the development of infrastructure, energy connectivity and to harness the mutual benefits. In nutshell, this agreement will improve the bilateral relations, regional situations developmental projects in the region.
2. Review of Literature
4. Main Body