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May 14, 2019
Developing nations call for filling vacancies at WTO appellate body, say impasse to paralyse dispute settlement mechanismThe United States, a WTO member, has blocked the appointment of appellate body.
Apr 16, 2018
China remains largest developing country in the world despite low per capita GDP, says economist Wang YuanhongChina remains the world's largest developing country despite a low per capita GDP and weak industrial competitiveness according to economist Wang Yuanhong.
Jan 05, 2018
Suresh Prabhu says India 'stood firm' on fundamental principles at WTO's 11th ministerial meetingIndia stood firm on basic principles of multilateralism at the WTO's ministerial meeting last month in Argentina and would continue to work with other members to promote rule-based global trade, Commerce Minister Suresh Prabhu said
Oct 06, 2016
Paris Climate agreement: India should not have conformed, changed its stanceThe Paris agreement was masterminded by the rich polluting countries; it contained all provisions to protect the economic interests of these countries.
Aug 08, 2014
Enhanced action on climate change needed by developing nations: JavadekarEnvironment Minister Prakash Javadekar on Friday said time has come for "enhanced action" by developing nations.
Nov 19, 2013
World Toilet Day: In India, 600 mn people still defecate in openThe report that released yesterday on the eve of the first ever UN World Toilet Day, the World Bank said, access to improved sanitation can increase cognition among children.
Oct 17, 2013
World Bank cuts India growth for next fiscal to 4.7%The World Bank sharply lowered its forecast for India's economic growth to 4.7 percent from 6.1 percent for the current fiscal year, citing a sharp slowdown in manufacturing and investment as well as negative business confidence.
Sep 26, 2011
Intel's Skool Software brings free material for healthcare workersTo add a very important detail to the title, Intel's bringing Skool Software to healthcare workers in developing countries and they plan on reaching 1 million users in 2015.
Sep 24, 2011
Grant for have-nots? Gates says tax tobacco, jet fuelThe Gates report supports the thorny issue of a financial transaction tax as a way of raising "substantial resources" for developing countries.