Doha Development Agenda: Tariff on industrial products

Nair, Sukumaran
November 2006
Chemical Business;Nov2006, Vol. 20 Issue 11, p9
Trade Publication
This article discusses tariff on industrial products as the Doha Development Agenda. According to the author, an issue that came up before the sixth round of ministerial meet relate to Non-Agricultural Marketing Access, which intends the reduction and abolition of tariffs on industrial and consumer products in the developing countries. He said that the European Union and the U.S. demand that India reduce industrial tariff by 50% from the current levels.


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