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At WTO, India defends ag subsidy moves; U.S., China defend phase-one

July 29, 2020 at 5:47 PM
India, the U.S. and China were put on the defensive at a World Trade Organization Agriculture Committee meeting on Tuesday, with India pressed to justify its breach of WTO agriculture domestic support limits and the U.S. and China compelled to defend the purchasing requirements in their phase-one trade deal, according to a Geneva-based trade official. India in March notified WTO members that it exceeded its de minimis level of support for rice and claimed the violation was covered by the...

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