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Jul 13, 2012
WTO pact will give India access to $1.7 trln procurement mktA senior official at WTO said that being a part of the GPA pact would give India access to about $1.7 trillion procurement market.
Jul 05, 2012
US may take India to WTO over cheap cancer drug licenceIf the US moves the WTO, cancer patients' wait for cheaper drug may just get longer.
Apr 10, 2012
Check it out: PM gets another letter from global biz groupsGlobal business groups urged Singh to rescind new government rules for technology purchases that they said unfairly discriminate against foreign firms and potentially violate World Trade Organization rules.
Mar 14, 2012
EU, US, Japan go ahead with rare earth WTO case against ChinaThe rare earths dispute is one of several between Beijing and the other three economic powers, as Chinese industry remolds the world economic order.
Mar 07, 2012
Is India's ban on US poultry veiled protectionism?US has challenged the ban on American poultry saying an Indian ban on US imports intended to stop the spread of bird flu was not based on sound science.
Dec 18, 2011
US troubled by China's retaliation to legit trade concernsUS Trade Representative Ron Kirk said on Saturday he is troubled by China's tendency to retaliate when other members of the World Trade Organization launch trade cases against it.
Dec 15, 2011
India yet to decide on Russia's EPR proposal: SourcesIndia is looking at an ambitious proposal by Russia for setting up a joint enrichment and reprocessing facility which could help skirt the tough new NSG guidelines, but has not reached a conclusion yet, official sources said today.
Jun 16, 2006
US Government To Crack Down On Digital PiratesThe US government and the entertainment industry in the country have joined forces to fight piracy on a larger scale. The duo wants to crack down on m...
Jun 09, 2006
ITunes Russian Rival Being Forced to Shut DownThe US music industry is fuming over a Russian website, allofmp3 which allows visitors to download music albums for just $1. The Russian government is...