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Business  /  Published 05.09.21

India to seek Covid drug patent waiver

The country has pitched for an early outcome of the TRIPS waiver proposal for Covid-19 vaccines, therapeutics and diagnostics in the World Trade Organisation (WTO). India has also stressed the need t...
By Our Special Correspondent in New Delhi

Business  /  Published 25.08.21

Exporters feel let down by RoDTEP rates

Exporters who are disappointed with Remission of Duties and Taxes on Exported Products (RoDTEP) rates and product exclusion have asked the commerce ministry to revisit it. Sources have indicated that...
By Our Special Correspondent in New Delhi

Business  /  Published 24.05.21

Call on Covid patents

The TRIPS Council of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) will discuss a revised proposal submitted by 62 co-sponsors, including India, South Africa and Indonesia, seeking patent waivers to manufacture ...
By PTI in New Delhi

Business  /  Published 08.05.21

IPR waiver plea for Covaxin

At a time the World Trade Organisation (WTO) is preparing to hunker down to debate a contentious proposal to grant a waiver on intellectual property rights (IPR) on Covid-19 vaccines, the Bombay Chamb...
By Vivek Nair in Mumbai

World  /  Published 07.05.21

US backs jab patents waiver but wait ahead

By G.S. Mudur in New Delhi


India  /  Published 04.10.20

India seeks unhindered access to medical tech

By G.S. Mudur in New Delhi

India  /  Published 16.07.20

EU-India to revive trade talks

India and the European Union on Wednesday decided to begin a high-level dialogue to work out “balanced, ambitious and mutually beneficial trade and investment agreements”, signalling a ren...
By Our Special Correspondent in New Delhi

Business  /  Published 06.07.20

WTO: India on firm ground

China’s threat to take India to the World Trade Organisation does not carry weight as the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) under the WTO permits exemption under security considerati...
By Our Special Correspondent in New Delhi

Business  /  Published 16.11.18

Australian move leaves a sour taste

The Scott Morrison government of Australia has decided to start legal action against India at the WTO over India’s sugar subsidies which it says have caused a “significant downturn” in global pr...
By Jayanta Roy Chowdhury

World  /  Published 25.01.19

WTO push for e-commerce rules

Impatient with a lack of World Trade Organisation rules on the explosive growth of e-commerce, 76 members — including the US, China, the EU and Japan — agreed on Friday to start negotiating a new ...
By Reuters in Davos


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