World Trade Organization (WTO)
16 Feb 2019
US, Canada move WTO against India for 'under-reporting' of MSP
The US and Canada yesterday said they have jointly approached the World Trade Organization (WTO) against India for allegedly "under-reporting" market price support (MSP) for five varieties of pulses and have submitted their own steeper calculations for scrutiny of members.
08 Sep 2018
Trump wants to stop subsidies to growing-economies like India, China
US President Donald Trump yesterday said he wants to stop the subsidies that growing economies like India and China have been receiving as he wants the US, which he considers as a "developing nation", to grow faster than anybody.
27 Jun 2018
Trump admin calls retaliatory tariffs by China, India, EU unjustifiable
Retaliatory tariffs imposed by the European Union, China, India, Turkey, and other countries on US exports are "completely without justification" under international norms, the Trump administration said.
21 Jun 2018
India hits back at US, hikes customs-duty for 29 items
India has increased customs duty on 29 products, including pulses and iron and steel products, imported from the US as a retaliatory action against the tariff hike by Washington.
17 Mar 2018
The blame game: India-Pakistan bilateral ties under strain once again
Pakistan on Friday withdrew participation from the World Trade Organization's ministerial meeting in India on March 19-20, striking another blow on ongoing diplomatic standoff between the two nations.
17 Mar 2018
US: Trading concerns to cause "most friction" in India-US ties
The thorny issue of trade in India-US ties is set to become even more prickly after US President Donald Trump railed against import taxes imposed by India, and challenged a bunch of Indian export subsidies at the World Trade Organization (WTO).
13 Dec 2017
WTO: India 'deeply disappointed' over US' food security stance
India has expressed "deep disappointment" at the ongoing eleventh ministerial conference (MC11) of the World Trade Organization (WTO) over the decision by a "major member country" to renege on its commitment to finding a permanent solution to the public food stockholding issue.