Age-old techniques have come to light.
We have statistics that in election years the political elite and hopefuls always splash out huge amounts of money on sacrificial animals to distribute meat among the needy.
Most of the cows came from India through 25 corridors we have set up along the border to facilitate import.
We see export potentials of leather products to Indian market, but India's cumbersome rules may deter us.
Creating authentic recipes, served with traditional accompaniments and styles are the most important criterion in the presentation.
Footwear market of Thailand is too little and no exporter will go there to use the duty-free facility.
If the government builds up necessary infrastructure and exempt some duties, we will earn US$ 1.0 billion in the next few years.
What we need is 10 per cent cash incentive for finished leather manufacturers and duty free import of shoe accessories.