Commerce Secretaries talks between Pakistan and India have scheduled to be held last week of September, official sources informed on Monday. Earlier these talks were scheduled to be held from September 11-13 but it was not possible to hold talks as both the countries have to prepare themselves in according with the outcome achieved in Foreign Minister level talks, explained the official. The foreign ministers level talks concluded last Saturday have been termed as reason for delay in trade talks. Pakistan had earlier agreed to abolish the negative list of products by mid December so as to complete the trade liberalization from January 1, 2013. Indian side had agreed to accord approval to the three agreements for standardization of the standards and other technical specifications as proposed by Pakistan for providing level playing field to Pakistani exporters.