India, U.S. pave way for WTO revival

India, U.S. pave way for WTO revival

THE U.S. and India have agreed on a way forward for implementing key elements of a package of agreements reached last December at the World Trade Organization's ministerial conference in Bali, Indonesia.

Differing views on implementation of the Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) and the decision on public stockholding for food security purposes created an impasse in July, and the WTO negotiations have been frozen since then.

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