World Trade Organisation

US duty on steel, aluminium inconsistent with global trade norms: WTO

India had earlier stated that the imposition of high import duties by the US has impacted exports of these products by Indian businesses.

published on : 11th December 2022

WTO needs to move from just an organisation to robust institution: CUTS International

Discussions focused on whether the 12th ministerial conference, concluded on June 17, could provide momentum to revive the institution's negotiating, monitoring and dispute settlement functions.

published on : 27th June 2022

After 9 years, WTO agrees on all issues including fisheries subsidies

It was in 2013 at the Bali ministerial conference of the WTO, that the member countries inked the trade facilitation agreement to promote seamless movement of goods across the global borders.

published on : 17th June 2022

Ex-Minister urges Telangana CM to oppose ‘unfair’ WTO policies

He said that that such policies were benefiting the developed countries and adversely affecting the trade prospects of developing nations.

published on : 23rd May 2022

India seconds US call for reforms in WTO

Perhaps agreeing with the US, the Indian government on Thursday indicated that the World Trade Organisation (WTO) indeed has to ‘shape up.’

published on : 7th September 2018