Commerce And Industry Minister Suresh Prabhu

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Government raises concerns over taxation of IT firms by Australia
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Government raises concerns over taxation of IT firms by Australia

The issue was raised during the recent visit of Commerce and Industry Minister Suresh Prabhu to Canberra and Sydney.

China promises to address trade deficit issue with India: Commerce and industry ministry
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China promises to address trade deficit issue with India: Commerce and industry ministry

India's trade deficit with China has marginally dipped to $51 billion in 2016-17 from $52.69 billion in the previous fiscal

WTO mini-ministerial: Beyond small gains in New Delhi, the question on trade body’s relevance remains
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WTO mini-ministerial: Beyond small gains in New Delhi, the question on trade body’s relevance remains

By hosting this meeting, India has tried to change the obstructionist image it has had since the days of Murasoli Maran.

Informal WTO ministerial meeting begins in Delhi; 52 nations participating including US, China
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Informal WTO ministerial meeting begins in Delhi; 52 nations participating including US, China

India has called this meeting to explore options to reinvigorate the World Trade Organisation (WTO)

WTO food security row: India expresses 'deep disappointment' as permanent solution not acceptable to US
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WTO food security row: India expresses 'deep disappointment' as permanent solution not acceptable to US

India had the support of over a 100 WTO member countries on all agriculture issues including proposal to set the direction of agriculture reforms by first eliminating the most trade-distorting form of subsidies used mainly by the rich developed countries.

Export incentives are investment, not subsidy, says commerce minister Suresh Prabhu
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Export incentives are investment, not subsidy, says commerce minister Suresh Prabhu

Exports have both domestic and global benefits, Suresh Prabhu said, adding that on the external front, the outbound shipments create an economic footprint globally, which has its own geo-political advantages