World Trade Organization addresses India's concerns, issues revised draft

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Union Minister Anand Sharma with his counterparts Rob Davies of South Africa and Luiz Alberto Figueiredo Machado of Brazil at IBSA lunch on the sidelines of World Trade Organization Ministerial meeting in Bali. PTI Union Minister Anand Sharma with his counterparts Rob Davies of South Africa and Luiz Alberto Figueiredo Machado of Brazil at IBSA lunch on the sidelines of World Trade Organization Ministerial meeting in Bali. PTI
SummaryRevised WTO draft seeks to address India's concerns on food security to get the Bali package passed.

round of negotiations, which is the Doha Development Agenda."

Due to the meeting, the closing session of the ministerial summit is likely to be extended. The World Trade Organization chief is likely to make a formal statement late Friday night.

If the package is approved, it will be the first global trade deal in over 12 years and will help restore credibility to the World Trade Organization.

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