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Title: India compromises its WTO strategy : a critical look at the 2020 agricultural market reforms
Contributors: Dhar, Biswajit
Keywords: Aspects of the farm legislations
Domestic food security and protection of rural livelihoods
India’s farm policies in committee on agriculture
India’s key concerns in the WTO
Two new agricultural laws introduced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2020
India an agricultural export hub
Issue Date: Jan-2021
Publisher: Focus on the Global South with support from the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung – South Asia office
Place of Publication: India
Description: “This paper discusses the implications of this change in the strategy of the Government of India to make Indian agriculture export-oriented in the backdrop of its stance in international trade negotiations that goes back to the late-1980s. The detailed discussion would be limited to the deliberations in the GATT/WTO for these are available in public domain. Similar details of FTA negotiations are not available in public domain as these negotiations are held in a shroud of secrecy”.
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