The dispute settlement panel of the World Trade Organisation is unlikely to come out with its report on a case against India’s support measures for the sugar sector before the second quarter of 2021 on account of “complex procedural and factual nature of the disputes”, the WTO said in a press release on 29th April.
Brazil will not drop the WTO case against India as President Bolsonaro’s state visit commences [Full subscriber]
Brazil is agreeable about pursuing bilateral talks with India on the issue of subsidies and pricing policies supporting the sugar industry, according to local press reports.
Brazil and Australia’s complaint at WTO against Indian sugar subsidies enters the second stage [Full subscriber]
Both Brazil and Australia have intensified their sugar related dispute with India by formally asking World Trade Organisation (WTO) to set up a panel to probe subsidies enjoyed by Indian cane growers which is breaching obligations.
WTO – Australia and Brazil launch formal complaint against India’s support for its sugar industry [Full subscriber]
The Australian Government, together with Brazil, has launched formal dispute action in the World Trade Organization (WTO) on India’s alleged sugar subsidies which has driven production and added to the global glut which has served to depress world prices and impacting their industries.