wto public forum 2010 200x300 India Says It Will Open Market To LDCs

Aglaia Interactive on The WTO

By Sunil Kumar

The representatives of four developing countries, including India, have told the WTO they would further open their markets for least-developed countries, a move which will help boost the economies of the poor nations.

“Four WTO members (India, China, Chinese Taipei and Korea reported their commitment to opening their markets for products from least-developed countries (LDCs),” the WTO said on its website.

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