India has appealed to the Dispute Settlement Board of the World Trade Organisation for a panel decision on its issues with the US over agricultural imports.

Mandatory domestic manufacturing component for clean energy high on agenda

Court favours Novartis, but allows Cipla to sell the remaining stock

This article addresses the imperative of food security in India in the context of persistent prevalence of malnutrition despite several years of rapid growth. In particular, the article posits that the recent promulgation of the National Food Security Act in September 2014 to meet this challenge also offers an opportunity to reconfigure its food distribution system and agricultural trade policy. These two issues pose the greatest and most immediate challenges for India.

India banned imports on account of avian influenza, which WTO called 'unscientific'

India is the first country to provide substantial rights to farmers and registration of their varieties for IPR under the Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers’ Rights (PPV&FR) Act. Obviously, in the initial years the filing of applications was slow and inconsistent, and it was restricted to few crop species.

While Minister of State for Environment Prakash Javadekar on Wednesday reiterated that there was no role for any external review of targets that each country set for itself to cut carbon emissions,

Question raised in Rajya Sabha on issue of food security raised at WTO, 03/12/2014.

The November 26 meeting, the first of its kind, will also take up trade facilitation agreement

The World Trade Report 2014 looks at how four recent major economic trends have changed how developing countries can use trade to facilitate their development.

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