Geneva: India on Tuesday urged developing countries to stand united at WTO negotiations stating that the global trade deal must reflect the aspirations of the vast majority of people.

INDIA has called for continued solidarity of developing country groups at the World Trade Organisation with the on-going Doha Round for opening up markets in goods and services reaching a

APEDA chairman Asit Tripathy addressing stakeholders at a training programme on the soon to be launched Traceability system for organic products, in B

In a few months, a consumer in the European Union should be able to trace an item of organic food on his table to the specific bit of farmland in India that produced it.

Reeling under a financial crunch and slump in demand for commercial space, at least two special economic zone (SEZ) developers have now approached the SEZ Board of Approval for withdrawal of their SEZs proposed in Punjab.

Though Governments in India are elected for a five-year term, the first few months set the tone and provide early hints about the course it plans to take.

Rs 3,500-Cr Support Package Likely To Be Announced Independent Of The Budget

THE government is readying a package of concessions worth around Rs 3,500 crore for the plantation sector as it looks to lift it out of a morass of rising input costs, a high debt burden and falling productivity levels.

New Delhi: The government on Wednesday slapped quality restrictions on mobile phones, dairy products and toys in a measure aimed mainly to block their imports from China. The move may trigger another round of wrangling at the WTO between the two Asian economic giants.

New Delhi: The government is considering a regulation to make use of renewable energy mandatory for special economic zones (SEZ) to save on traditional fuel like coal and diesel. The Ministries of Commerce & Industry and New & Renewable Energy are working on the modalities for such a regulation.

A high-powered team of Commerce and Industry Ministry would visit Himachal Pradesh within two weeks to hold talks with senior State Government officers to study the industrial growth potential of and make suitable recommendations for providing incentives, Union Minister Anand Sharma said on Sunday.