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Covid-19 impact: Poor nations back India’s call to defer WTO talks

India has taken a formal stand at the Entire world Trade Organisation in favour of postponing all negotiations, such as the talks on curbing fisheries subsidies, until the Covid-19 pandemic is less than manage. This has uncovered guidance from quite a few creating international locations and The very least Designed International locations (LDCs), an official has stated.

New Delhi has argued that though many poorer international locations did not have the means to participate in digital meetings through the crisis, there are some others experiencing livelihood issues who may modify their negotiating positions that would get reflected only when the crisis has run its course.

“India obtained the guidance from almost all creating international locations, such as the African Group and the ACP and the LDCs next its proposal at the informal virtual assembly of the Heads of Delegation that the negotiations want to be suspended. No negotiations are now

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