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Mar2018

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WTO_Ministerial_Alert March 2018

At the recently concluded 11th World Trade Organization (“WTO”) Ministerial Conference, WTO members were unable to agree on how to move forward on new issues such as Electronic Commerce (“E-Commerce”) and Investment Facilitation. To break this deadlock, the Government of India has taken a pragmatic step of organizing an informal WTO Ministers’ gathering on 19-20 March 2018 in New Delhi. The objective is simple: facilitating the exchange of views on the agenda for negotiations at the WTO. Invitations to participate have been sent to over 50 WTO members.

This Client Alert updates readers on the prominent issues relating to investment facilitation and E-Commerce. Businesses that are affected by these issues should consider assisting the Government of India to shape its trade-policy goals.

We trust you will find this an interesting read. For any queries or comments on this update, please feel free to contact us at addresses mentioned in the Client Alert.

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