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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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India Rejects U.S. Solar Claim At WTO, Explores New Defence

In a statement published by the WTO on Monday, India said it had changed its rules to conform with the ruling and that a U.S. claim for punitive trade sanctions was groundless

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India’s Pulse Imports, ‘Carefully Fulfilling WTO Commitments’

A report from global information network says, ‘This rate is India’s committed World Trade Organization (WTO) bound duty rate for chickpeas and lentils that may have created distress selling in previous years’

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India’s Agriculture Market Overview – US Perspective

Although palm oil continues to account for the largest share of India’s edible oil imports, the country is also the world’s largest soybean oil importer, surpassing China in 2013

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Building Partnerships Globally And Internally With Stakeholders Integral For Food Safety: Ashish Bahugana, Chairperson, FSSAI

"The global approaches to food safety, the significance of alignment to global standards, the scientific approach to regulation of food safety and the importance of global partnership needs to be highlighted. In order to benefit from other countries, the questions to note are- is India going the right away, the mutual equivalence of regulatory measures and best practices from global standards,” Preeti Sudan, Secretary at the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

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Protectionist West Can Have A Big Impact On India, Says CEA Arvind Subramanian

Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian has suggested that India should follow in China's footsteps to advocate open markets

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WTO Cuts 2016 World Trade Growth Forecast To 1.7%

The World trade Organisation cut its forecast for global trade growth this year by more than a third on Tuesday, reflecting a slowdown in China and falling levels of imports into the United States

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India Loses WTO Appeal In US Solar Dispute

India lost its appeal at the World Trade Organization in a dispute over solar power on Friday, failing to overturn a US complaint that New Delhi had discriminated against importers in the Indian solar power sector

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US Seeks Trade Sanctions In India Poultry Dispute: WTO

The United States is seeking trade sanctions against India after winning a dispute at the World Trade Organization regarding Indian restrictions on imports of US poultry and eggs

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US Wins WTO Dispute Against India's Solar Rules

The United States won a ruling against India at the World Trade Organization on Wednesday after challenging the rules on the origin of solar cells and solar modules used in India's national solar power programme

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Low Cost Manufacturing Should Be Done In Sustainable Way: Prabhu

Union Minister for Railways Suresh Prabhu stressed that the WTO and individual countries should have a fair agreement on export standards and that there should be no barriers in market accessibility for developing and underdeveloped nations.

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