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Bali package at risk, many areas may suffer freezing effect: WTO chief
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Bali package at risk, many areas may suffer freezing effect: W...

India's tough stand led to impasse in the WTO. India had decided not to ratify WTO's Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA), which is dear to the developed world, without any concrete movement in finding a permanent solution to its public food stock-holding issue ... First Post.com, 23 hours ago
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Paswan's wish to hike food handouts could further undermine WTO deal

Government should increase handouts of subsidised grain, Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan was quoted as saying, in a move that would backtrack on long-term commitments to reduce food stockpiling and undermine vestigial hopes of salvaging a global ...
 Business Standard India9 hours ago Indian minister wants to hike food handouts - paper  CNBC10 hours ago Ram Vilas Paswan wants to hike food handouts - paper  Sify8 hours ago Paswan wants to hike food handouts  The Financial Chronicle9 hours ago
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TFA panel meet: India to stick to its stance at WTO meet

India is going to again push for its demand to have a parallel agreement on public stockholding for food security purposes, as the preparatory committee on a trade facilitation agreement (TFA) is set to meet on September 29 at the World Trade ...
 Business Standard India19 hours ago India to stick to its stance at WTO meet  Rediff.com14 hours ago US nudge on WTO position continues  Hindustan Times3 days ago India in talks with WTO on food subsidy: Rajeev Kher  Economic Times2 weeks ago
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Bali impasse will freeze sectors including agriculture: WTO

If the impasse is not solved there could be an impact on the TF Agreement, all the other Bali decisions — including those that benefit LDCs, for the DDA, and at the end of the day, the negotiating function of th.. 23 Sep 2014 ...
 CommodityOnline12 hours ago
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World in need of 'fair and balanced' global trade system

India has refused to sign the Bali accord put forward by the world trade organisation (WTO) that would have resulted in the conclusion of the first global trade deal in 20 years. It is undoubtedly a failure for the WTO and leaves the organisation in ...
 TheParliament.com6 hours ago Nepal reaps benefit of Regional Trade Policy Course in India  Business Standard1 week ago WTO must re-invent policies to ensure robust trade globally  Rediff.com3 weeks ago WTO food subsidies cap not to be breached, says India  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Can Modi rebalance Indo-US partnership? Experts analyse

India and US don't see eye to eye on a range of issues from trade facilitation pact that is deadlocked at WTO, to IPR related issues, repatriating social security dues of Indian professionals. But when Modi and Obama meet in Washington, both sides would like ...
 Money Control1 day ago #ModiMeetsAmerica: The export push  Moneycontrol.com1 day ago
Hindustan Times

India US work on WTO deal ahead of Modi visit

India and the US are working on a compromise formula on food subsidies to remove a major irritant in the stalled World Trade Organisation (WTO) deal ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s meeting with President Barack Obama in Washington later this month.
 Hindustan Times1 day ago INTERNATIONAL - India, US work on WTO deal ahead of Modi-Obama meet  The Nation Pakistan1 day ago India, US work on WTO deal ahead of Modi visit  Hindustan Times1 day ago India to work out food subsidy compromise language by Sept  Hindustan Times1 month ago
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Curbs violate principles of WTO

MOSCOW (Reuters): President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday Western sanctions against Russia violated the principles of the World Trade Organization and the main way to combat them was to develop the domestic market. At a meeting with senior ...
 Frontier Post4 days ago Russia's Putin says sanctions violate principles of WTO  GCTL8.com1 day ago Putin Lashes Out at EU, US for Violating WTO Principles  Outlook India5 days ago Putin says US, EU sanctions violate WTO  Deutsche Welle5 days ago
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India's WTO play

Summary India has notified its support for the agriculture sector at the World Trade Organization (WTO)... India has notified its support for the agriculture sector at the World Trade Organization (WTO) where it has shown almost all ...
 Financial Express3 days ago WTO talks suffer setback as differences persist  Financial Express3 days ago Editorial: India's WTO problem  Financial Express5 days ago Efforts to kickstart WTO talks suffer setback as differences persist  Financial Express3 days ago
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WTO members step up pressure on India to ease stance on food security

A number of countries objected to India's opposition to accepting the Trade Facilitation Agreement by the 31 July deadline agreed in Bali, and India's call for a permanent solution for the currently interi.. 19 Sep 2014 NEW DELHI(Commodity ...
 CommodityOnline4 days ago India under pressure at WTO to give up demand on food security  Hindu Business Line4 days ago
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