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India Appeals Against WTO Dispute Panel Ruling On Sugar Subsidies

The panel in its ruling on December 14, 2021, recommended India to withdraw its alleged prohibited subsidies under the Production Assistance, Buffer Stock, and Marketing and Transportation Schemes within 120 days from the adoption of this report.

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India Wants To Include TRIPS Waiver Package In WTO’s Covid-19 Response Package

India is disappointed over no progress on TRIPS waiver to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Goyal Reiterates Call For IPR Waiver At WTO To Fight COVID-19

In May, a revised proposal was submitted by 62 co-sponsors, including India, South Africa, and Indonesia. The TRIPS agreement came into effect in January 1995.

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Govt Appoints Private Person Aashish Chandorkar As Director At India's WTO Mission

For the first time, a private person has been appointed at the Mission. Chandorkar is director of Bengaluru-based policy think tank Smahi Foundation of Policy and Research.

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Science has delivered, will the WTO deliver?

Science has delivered, will the WTO deliver?

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WTO meets to discuss India and South Africa’s IPR proposal on Covid-19 drugs

The issue was taken up at the council for Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) today.

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WTO ruling gives EU no basis to impose tariffs on American goods, says US Trade Representative

WTO ruling gives EU no basis to impose tariffs on American goods, says US Trade Representative

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China's entry to WTO, the worst of all deals: Trump

China's entry to WTO, the worst of all deals: Trump

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WTO General Council grants Turkmenistan observer status

WTO General Council grants Turkmenistan observer status

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US Formally Notifies UN Of Decision To Withdraw From WHO

The US has accused the WHO of siding with China on the outbreak of the virus, which originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan late last year.

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Global Merchandise Trade Shrank By 3 % In Q1: WTO

Initial estimates for the second quarter, when the virus and associated lockdown measures affected a large share of the global population, indicate a year-on-year drop of around 18.5 per cent.

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India's New FDI Norms Violate WTO Principle Of Non-Discrimination: China

China's cumulative investment in India has exceeded eight billion dollars, far more than the total investments of India's other border-sharing countries.

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Goyal Meets WTO Chief, EU Trade Commissioner, Others

The minister spoke about expanding trade and investment ties through closer cooperation to achieve mutual economic growth and prosperity.

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WTO's Credibility, Survival At Risk As Trade War Looms

U.S. President Donald Trump has warned he may ultimately impose tariffs on more than $500 billion worth of Chinese goods - nearly the total amount of U.S. imports from China last year – to combat what Washington says are Beijing's trade abuses

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EU Seeks To Join U.S. China Steel Dispute At WTO

China has taken the United States to the WTO over the measures. The first step in the WTO process involves consultations

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