INDIA: WTO creates panel to rule on excise battle

By Alan Osborn | 22 June 2007

The World Trade Organisation (WTO) has created a disputes panel to rule on the vexed question of whether India's import duties on wines and spirits are so punishing they break WTO rules.

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The World Trade Organisation (WTO) has created a disputes panel to rule on the vexed question of whether India's import duties on wines and spirits are so punishing they break WTO rules.

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