Sugar could become sour point in EU-India trade talks
Wednesday, July 6, 2022
Following a recent World Trade Organisation (WTO) ruling condemning India’s sugar subsidies, the European Parliament on Tuesday (5 July) called for no concessions in the talks over a future trade and investment agreement between Brussels and Delhi. After more than eight years of stalled negotiations on a comprehensive EU-India trade agreement, the two sides formally restarted talks in June, with the aim of striking a deal before both head to the polls in 2024. In a report, the European Parliament called for an immediate suspension of the WTO quota that provides India with 10,000 tonnes worth of preferential access to the EU sugar market annually.Click here to connect to the source of this storyClick here for more News and Views
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