INDIA: EU, India start WTO duty negotiations

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 20 December 2006

European Union officials are in New Delhi today (20 December) in an attempt to broker a deal with the Indian government over the country's tariff regime.

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European Union officials are in New Delhi today (20 December) in an attempt to broker a deal with the Indian government over the country's tariff regime.

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