India faces criticism for blocking global trade deal, but is it justified?

There is a view on global trade negotiations that has been propagated by a spate of commentaries and news analysis over the past few months. It runs broadly as follows: the multilateral trade regime had been limping to a slow death because of the failure of the Doha development round to come to any conclusion, until it was resuscitated by the Bali meeting in December.


India cannot support an agreement that ignores food security when millions of its people go to bed hungry each night

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