NEW DELHI: India should play a proactive role in promoting open global markets to fill vacuum in the international leadership, The Economic Survey today said.
Puts on hold decision on approaching WTO panel against US
BHOPAL: After Chinese crackers and lights whose sale have been banned by some districts in the state, it is the turn for Chinese threads (manja) used for kite flying.
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The US has said it will urge the World Trade Organisation to enforce the panel and appellate reports that found India's policies "discriminatory" against American solar products.
The relationship between trade policy and climate policy needs to improve in the future, in particular with a view towards implementing the Paris Agreement.
India has built a pipeline of around 1,800 megawatt of domestic content requirement projects as against operational cell manufacturing capacity of only about 600 megawatt.
NEW DELHI: Solar manufacturers are unfazed by the WTO's upholding of the US complaint against India as the ruling was along expected lines, but project developers who import equipment are worried t
India's complaint is on the grounds that subsidies are inconsistent with world trade norms
India has dragged the US to the WTO over America's domestic content requirements and subsidies provided by eight states in the renewable energy sector.
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