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ICC envoy to UN presents recommendations on e-com at WTO, Switzerland
Crispin Conroy, International Chamber of Commerce permanent representative to the United Nations, recently presented global business community recommendations at the first round of World Trade
US files plaint at WTO against India's customs duty hike, India
Washington has filed a complaint at the World Trade Organisation against India's move to raise customs duties on 28 US goods, alleging the decision is inconsistent with global trade norms and the
Global protectionism, e-com to be discussed at G20 meet, India
Issues like e-commerce and increasing global protectionism would be reportedly discussed in the meeting of G-20 trade ministers at Tsukuba in Japan on June 8 and 9, where India would be represented by
India plans new export promotion scheme, India
India is reportedly planning an export promotion scheme to ensure expeditious refund of central and state taxes and levies to boost shipments and tackle global challenges to trade. Part of a 100-day
WTO reform process should not dent basic tenets: India, Japan
The World Trade Organisation's reform process should not water down the basic principles of providing special and differential treatment to developing countries and consensus-based decision making,
Australia, ILO work to raise Bangla working conditions, Bangladesh
Australia and the International Labour Organisation (ILO) have strengthened their partnership to improve working conditions, advance women's economic potential and boost the competitiveness of
Trade weakness to extend to second quarter: WTO indicator, Switzerland
World trade growth is likely to be weak in 2019 second quarter, according to the World Trade Organisation’s latest World Trade Outlook Indicator (WTOI). The WTOI reading is 96.3, exactly as it was
WTO Ministerial Meeting of Developing Countries concludes, India
Noting that World Trade Organisation (WTO) members have failed to arrive at a consensus in the selection process for vacancies in its appellate body, representatives from 17 nations attending the
Bangladesh requests India to withdraw anti-dumping duty, Bangladesh
Bangladesh’s Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi recently requested his Indian counterpart Suresh Prabhu to take suitable measures to withdraw anti-dumping duty on Bangladeshi products. Both met on the
WTO appellate body logjam threat to row resolution: India, India
Unilateral measures and counter-measures, deadlock in negotiations and the impasse in the World Trade Organisation’s appellate body are some of the key challenges, with the logjam being a serious
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