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India questions Singapore’s restrictions on the import of meat, eggs


India has raised a question about Singapore imposing restrictions on the import of certain food items, such as meat and eggs, from the country, at the World Trade Organization (WTO). During a trade policy review over the city-state not allowing the import of certain food items, India requested Singapore to explain the reasons for the non-existence of mutual recognition agreements (MRAs) with India’s regulatory authorities despite a comprehensive free trade agreement (FTA) which is nearly two decades old.  India has been taking a tough stand against non-tariff barriers (NTBs) raised by its trading partners. Commerce and Industry Minister, Mr Piyush Goyal, has even threatened reciprocal measures if certain countries do not remove such NTBs on Indian goods and services, as per a report.

 

Source: Exim News Service: New Delhi, Jan. 13

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