India protests against US trade barriers at WTO

Wednesday, 29 September 2010, 21:22 Hrs
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Geneva:India at World Trade Organisation (WTO) today protested against escalating tariff and non-tariff barriers imposed by the US on Indian goods and services including enhanced visa fee on Indian short-term services providers and the ban in Ohio on state outsourcing projects.

New Delhi cautioned the USA on its recent trade initiatives, particularly the Anti-Counterfeit Trade Agreement (ACTA), saying "they contribute collectively to undermining not only the TRIPS (Trade related Intellectual Property Rights) agreement but the multilateral trading system as well in some measure."

"The US, which is the undisputed leader of the global trade arena, needs to set the bar high for the other nations to emulate" instead of delaying compliance with trade rulings pronounced by the WTO?s dispute settlement body, it said.
Source: PTI
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