- The Wall Street JournalSep 01 07:05 AM
A World Trade Organization panel has ruled that India’s federal solar program violates global trade rules by imposing local-purchase requirements for solar cells and modules.
- rediff.comSep 05 05:16 AM
Earlier this year, the US accused India and China of exceeding the WTO limits on farm subsidies, saying these caused trade distortion.
- Reuters via Yahoo! FinanceAug 26 02:52 PM
The World Trade Organization ( WTO) has ruled against India in a dispute with the United States over its solar power programme, Indian business newspaper Mint reported on Wednesday. Mint quoted an unnamed official from the Indian commerce ministry as saying the country planned to appeal the decision, made after the United States complained about domestic content requirements in a programme aimed...
- BernamaSep 02 12:51 AM
BUENOS AIRES, Sept 2 (BERNAMA-NNN-Prensa Latina) -- Argentine Foreign Minister Hector Timerman announced the decision of the World Trade Organization (WTO) against the ban imposed by the United States to import beef from Argentina.
- The HinduAug 22 03:47 PM
The WTO could not just be a trade forum and it had to keep development in mind, Union Minister of State for Commerce and Industries Nirmala Sitharaman said in an exclusive interview with The Hi...
- Business Standard IndiaSep 04 04:28 AM
Stockpile scheme running countries want that subsidies given to their marginal farmers should become part of the 'Green Box' of WTO subsidies
- CommonDreams.orgAug 28 09:01 AM
Nadia Prupis, staff writer The World Trade Organization ( WTO) on Wednesday ruled against India over its national solar energy program in a case brought by the U.S. government, sparking outrage from labor and environmental advocates. As power demands grow in India, the country's government put forth a plan to create 100,000 megawatts of energy from solar cells and modules, and included incentives...
- Cato InstituteSep 04 08:41 AM
The World Trade Organization has reportedly found that India’s solar power subsidies violate global trade rules. According to the Wall Street Journal :
- AFP via Yahoo! NewsAug 20 08:00 AM
Tokyo on Thursday said it would ask the World Trade Organization for a ruling on South Korea's ban of Japanese seafood imports following the Fukushima atomic crisis, after talks failed to reach a settlement. "With no prospect for the ban to be lifted, we are making the final arrangements to have a panel (settle the dispute) under the WTO rules," top government spokesman Yoshihide Suga told ...
- AllAfrica.comAug 24 02:37 AM
[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -A high level team visiting Liberia from the World Trade Organization says Liberia accession to WTO will greatly benefit small businesses and consumers who are unable to lobby or negotiate on their behalf. The Deputy Secretary General of the WTO Joakim Reiter said, the WTO package to Liberia will improve economic growth adding that it will reduce trade barrier and ...