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Trade-offs in economic policy choices
The Nation, 28 December, 2011

The mad pursuit on part of Pakistan for pushing too strongly on free-market policies needs to take a back seat, at least for the time being. More...

Brazil beams with pride over sixth-place economic ranking
Jakarta Globe, 28 December 2011

Brazil beamed with pride on news that it has powered past Britain to become the world's sixth biggest economy but officials say it will take another 20 years before the country can match the Europeans' standard of living. More...

Economic growth has made the developing world less dependent on aid
The Guardian, 27 December, 2011

A new generation of leaders, business friendly policies, technology, the spread of peace, and strong demand for natural resources have helped Africa to withstand the global downturn. More...

India not to sign legally binding pacts on emission cuts: Govt
The Economic Times, 27 December, 2011

India will not sign any legally binding global agreement for emissions reduction, as the country needs to eradicate poverty through economic growth, Environment Minister Jayanthi Natarajan said. More...

Pascal Lamy announces study on trade situation as ministers pledge commitment to multilateralism
WTO News, 15 December, 2011

WTO Director-General Pascal Lamy told the opening session of the Geneva Ministerial Conference on 15 December 2011 that he will convene a "panel of multi-stakeholders of the WTO" for a year-long study of present and future trade. More...

Trade can play a role in addressing climate change
WTO News, 05 December, 2011

The WTO is participating in the Durban Climate Change Conference taking place from 28 November to 9 December 2011. One of the topics being discussed at the conference is how trade intersects with climate change in various ways and how it can help mitigate and adapt to climate change by increasing trade opening for "climate-friendly" goods and facilitating access to key mitigation and adaptation technologies. More...

 


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Better Governance for Inclusive Growth
CUTS 30th Anniversary Lecture Series 2013-2014

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Essays in Honour of Pradeep S Mehta

Mega External Preferential Trade Agreements
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Economic Diplomacy: India's Experience


Consumers and Economic Cooperation
Cost of Economic Non-cooperation to Consumers in South Asia


Intra-BRICS Trade & Its Implications for India

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Events

India in the International Trading System
October 20-22, 2014, New Delhi, India
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Project Review Meeting
Addressing Barriers to Rice Seeds Trade between India and Bangladesh

July 18, 2014, Jaipur, India
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3rd Focused Expert Group Meeting between Clientele Group, Financial Intermediaries and Apex Financial Regulators
 to address  Lack of Reliable and Fast Payment Options to Facilitate Trade Transactions in South Asia

May 24, 2014, New Delhi, India
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Sustainable Development Investment Portfolio in South Asia
CUTS Workshop with Strategic Partners

May 15-16, 2014, Kathmandu, Nepal
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