22 July 2017 – India and China are working together at the World Trade Organization (WTO) to get developed countries such as the US and the European Union countries to reduce subsidies for farm products that are detrimental to exports from developing and poor countries. The two countries submitted a joint proposal to revive talks on a more balanced set of rules for global farm trade in the run up to a ministerial meeting in December. Read the full article on the website of The Times of India.
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