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India

(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.


(Daily News)
December 19, 2015

NAIROBI, Kenya – After talks through the night and morning that often teetered on the brink of collapse, the G-5 group of major World Trade Organization members are nearing a deal on a package of agricultural concessions and aiming to circulate the text to all members later today (Dec. 19) for a final decision.


(Daily News)
December 18, 2015

NAIROBI, Kenya -- The World Trade Organization ministerial here will be extended at least until Saturday (Dec. 19) amid a bitter battle between major members such as the United States, India and Brazil, who are struggling to come up with an agriculture package amid persisting differences on agricultural export competition, a special safeguard mechanism (SSM) for developing countries to snap back agriculture tariffs, and a potential transparency package.


(Short Takes)
December 17, 2015

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative on Thursday (Dec. 17) identified markets in China and India as major hubs of intellectual property piracy and counterfeiting while touting the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) as a key way to counteract such activity, despite the fact that neither China nor India is party to the 12-nation trade pact.


(Daily News)
December 13, 2015

NAIROBI, Kenya -- U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman on Monday (Dec. 14) warned that the World Trade Organization may slip into irrelevance as a negotiating forum unless members use the conference in Kenya this week to free themselves from the "strictures" of the Doha round and embrace a more "pragmatic" approach to both new and old trade policy issues.


(Daily News)
December 13, 2015

NAIROBI, Kenya -- U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman on Monday (Dec. 14) warned that the World Trade Organization may slip into irrelevance as a negotiating forum unless members use the conference in Kenya this week to free themselves from the "strictures" of the Doha round and embrace a more "pragmatic" approach to both new and old trade policy issues.


(Text Document)
December 11, 2015

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