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Ratify WTO trade facilitation pact soon, US envoy to India
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India to ratify TFA on goods soon

India is set to ratify at the earliest the World Trade Organization's (WTO's) trade facilitation agreement (TFA) on goods, aimed at relaxing customs rules for smoother trade flow, but the country will also seek a similar pact on services which ... Financial Express, 2 days ago

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India needs road-map to phase out farm export subsidies: Teaotia

With just a seven-year time-frame prescribed by the World Trade Organisation for doing away with all forms of farm export subsidies, Commerce Secretary Rita Teaotia has said that India needs to prepare a road-map to phase out the incentives. The ...
 Hindu Business Line2 days ago India needs to phase out farm export subsidies: Commerce Secretary  Hindu Business Line2 days ago

Mumbai research scholars protest against police breakdown on protestors in Delhi

Students shouted slogans against the Delhi police and the World Trade Organisation – GATS, calling for the government not to sign the agreement that proposes education to be made a tradable service.
 Times of India2 months ago Key facts about the TPP trade deal  GlobalPost1 week ago US, 11 other countries sign free-trade deal in New Zealand  Mail.com1 week ago Key facts about the TPP trade deal New Zealand policemen stand in front of protesters as they attend a rally ag...  Qatar Peninsula1 week ago

Cabinet clears India's stand at WTO’s Nairobi meet

The Cabinet on Wednesday approved ex-post facto Indias approach at the last months World Trade Organisation (WTO) conference held in Nairobi, an official statement said. The outcomes of the conference, referred to as the 'Nairobi Package' include Ministerial ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago Cabinet approves India's stand on food security at WTO  Business Standard3 weeks ago
Himalayan times

Education Sector in GATS: How to address our concerns?

By Dhanuraj [1] & Pooja Sundaresh [2] The recently concluded tenth World Trade Organisation (WTO) Ministerial Conference in Nairobi saw the conversation surrounding the introduction of the WTO-GATS (General Agreement on Trade and Services) in the ...
 Centre For Public Policy Research3 hours ago Commerce dept discusses WTO Nairobi outcome with other ministries  Economic Times2 weeks ago An opportunity missed at Nairobi  The Hindu1 month ago India begins well at WTO conference in Nairobi  Money Today1 month ago

‘India’s stand reinforced at WTO meet’

Asserting that India’s stand was “reinforced” during the recently-concluded 10th ministerial round of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) negotiations at Nairobi, the government on Wednesday informed Parliament that it had ensured protection of ...
 Asian Age1 month ago India Negotiated Hard For Developing Nations At Trade Meet: Minister  NDTV1 month ago WTO Doha round negotiations need to conclude first: India  Prokerala2 months ago

Indonesia claims kiwi beef poses health risk

The argument was firmly denied by NZ in front of a World Trade Organisation dispute settlement panel earlier this month. In its written submission to the panel the Indonesian government referred to the extremely high risk of unsafe food handling ... day ago Pascal Lamy at ESADE: "There is a deficit of leadership and meritocracy in international organisations"  ESADE6 days ago Doha agenda cast aside  State Times1 month ago Liberia joins World Trade Organisation  DNA1 month ago

WTO talks in Nairobi end with breakthrough on farm subsidies

World Trade Organisation (WTO) member countries agreed to abolish agricultural export subsidies after five days of talks in Nairobi, but failed to make progress on the long-stalled Doha Round of negotiations aimed at lowering global trade barriers.
 Himalayan times1 month ago Farm lobbies alone should not drive WTO talks: Sitharaman  Business Line1 month ago Over 400 NGOs oppose ‘new non-trade issues’ at WTO talks  The Hindu2 months ago

‘Nairobi Package’ to help exports of LDCs

The World Trade Organisation (WTO)'s Ministerial Declaration at the recently concluded meet in Nairobi of Kenya is expected to benefit least developed countries (LDCs) like Nepal The post ‘Nairobi Package’ to help exports of LDCs appeared first on ...
 Himalayan times1 month ago India’s fight for farmers, food security at WTO gets UN experts’ backing  The Hindu2 months ago WTO meet: Food security solution deadlocked in Nairobi  Economic Times2 months ago

Doha Round uncertain but got India good deal: Sitharaman

The government said on Tuesday though the fate of Doha Round of negotiations of World Trade Organisation (WTO) appears in doubt after the recent ministerial conference at Nairobi but it has got its key concerns addressed. In a statement in Parliament, ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Doha Round must reach its conclusion: India  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago India to Pitch for Conclusion of Doha Round at World Trade Organisation  NDTV2 months ago India to push for continuity of Doha Round of talks  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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