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Friday, June 22, 2001




Macro Economy

India needs to be circumspect at Doha
EVEN as New Delhi has openly expressed itself against coupling the next WTO Ministerial Conference with the launch of a new round of trade talks, the trade majors like the US and the European Union (EU) have underlined the need to launch a new round as p art of the Ministerial meeting scheduled to be held in Doha in November.

Foreign Trade
India can hike tariffs, say US trade experts
THE adverse industrial impact of removal of Quantitative Restrictions (QRs) on imports in developing countries like India can be countered, as a temporary measure, through the ``extreme step'' of higher tariff levels (within the ceiling of bound rates un der WTO agreements), say US-based world trade experts.

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