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WTO members commend India for improving trade, economic policies in inclusive, sustainable manner

WTO members commend India for improving trade, economic policies in inclusive, sustainable manner

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Science has delivered, will the WTO deliver?

Science has delivered, will the WTO deliver?

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Uzbekistan joins Kyoto Convention on simplification of customs procedures

Uzbekistan joins Kyoto Convention on simplification of customs procedures

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Identifying trade rules required for gender-responsive trade facilitation measures in BBIN region

Identifying trade rules required for gender-responsive trade facilitation measures in BBIN region

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Trump Calls NAFTA, China Entry Into WTO As 'Most Disastrous Deals In History'

China will own this country. Under my administration, we will make America a manufacturing superpower of the world and will end our reliance on China.

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Ottawa expects Washington to abide by WTO ruling on US lumber tariffs

Ottawa expects Washington to abide by WTO ruling on US lumber tariffs

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WTO Reform Process Should Be Inclusive, Consensus-Based: Piyush Goyal

The Minister called for removing multiple hurdles in access to medicines at affordable prices created by the WTO rules for protecting intellectual property.

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WTO General Council grants Turkmenistan observer status

WTO General Council grants Turkmenistan observer status

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The Fastest Growing Asian Economies Of 2020

On board a brand new decade India embarks on a future replete with possibilities – but does it also need a name tag?

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Agenda For WTO Reforms Should Be Balanced, Inclusive: Piyush Goyal

The Commerce and Industry Minister also said that developing countries, particularly the LDCs, have not been able to achieve an equitable share in world trade.

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WTO Rules Tariffs Should Be Reduced By $2 Billion After Compliance Measures: Airbus

"The US Trade Representative now should accept the reality that loans made to Airbus in the early 2000's -- for the development of a product that is no longer being sold -- do not have an impact on Boeing sales."

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5 Issues Government Could Address In EXIM Policy 2020-25

Here are a few ideas about how the new FTP could overcome the shortcomings of the old one.

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U.S. Says India Paid Bigger Cotton Subsidies Than WTO Allows

“It appears that India provides MPS for cotton vastly in excess of what it has reported to the WTO,” the U.S. filing said

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Will The WTO Go The UN Way?

As trade is the pillar of economic supremacy, the countries are going to fiercely fight for their advantages

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Brazil Cane Industry Blasts Pakistan, India Sugar Export Policies

"Export subsidies could drive Pakistani farmers to rotate from rice to sugar, permanently boosting global supply and pushing down prices," said Eduardo Leão de Sousa, the director for cane industry group Unica

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