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Japan Asks WTO To Set Up Settlement Panel In India Steel Dispute

Japan in December asked for WTO dispute consultations with India over steel safeguard duties and a minimum import price for iron and steel products

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Brazil Considers WTO Challenge To Bombardier State Funding

Embraer has threatened to challenge the state funding, which it says gives Bombardier an unfair advantage in sales campaigns where its new CSeries is up against Embraer's E-Jets

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India Files WTO Complaint Against US Over Temporary Work Visas

The complaint comes just days after the United States won a WTO ruling in favour of its challenge to India's domestic content rules for its solar power subsidy scheme

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US, India In Talks To End Solar Power Trade Dispute

Washington filed the WTO challenge three years ago, claiming that India's national solar power programme illegally discriminated against imported solar panels and related products though its domestic content requirements

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India Disappointed With WTO Declaration At Nairobi Meeting

According to the draft decision on cotton, the members decided to phase out export subsidies for developed nations immediately, while it has been marked for developing countries not later January 1, 2017

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India To Press For Implementation Of Bali Deal At Nairobi Trade Talks

Trade ministers from 162 WTO countries will gather in Kenya's capital from Dec. 15-18 to work on an agreement to liberalise global trade and give a push to the Doha round of trade talks stuck since 2001

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World Trade Talks Stuck Again As Ministers Prepare To Meet

World Trade Organization Director-General Roberto Azevedo says 'there is no agreement among WTO members on what they want to do'

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