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India

(Short Takes)
February 10, 2016

For the third time in three weeks, the World Trade Organization has delayed the release of a panel report reviewing U.S. claims that India violated trade rules by imposing local content requirements in a massive solar project. The delay beyond the planned Feb. 10 release date comes as the U.S. and India continue to discuss a potential settlement that likely involves the elimination of the local content requirements.


(Short Takes)
February 05, 2016

The World Trade Organization has delayed until at least Feb. 10 the release of a panel report reviewing U.S. claims that India violated trade rules by imposing local content requirements in a massive solar project, as the U.S. government acknowledged for the first time publicly that the two sides are holding talks on a potential settlement.


(Daily News)
January 29, 2016

The release of the report by a World Trade Organization panel examining U.S. claims that India violated trade rules by imposing local content requirements in an massive solar project has been pushed back by one week to Feb. 5, according to a spokesman for the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.


(Daily News)
December 22, 2015

With the future negotiating agenda of the World Trade Organization shrouded in uncertainty, India is framing the Nairobi ministerial as a success because it was able to ensure that three of its key priorities from the Doha Round will remain on the table.


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