US' stand at WTO on India's MSP to farmers erroneous, says trade expert

The US accused Indian agricultural subsidies to be "vastly in excess", according to this June 2018 note from the International Centre For Trade and Sustainable Development


The July 2018 announcement of minimum support prices (MSP)--or subsidies that the government pays the farmer--for the kharif (monsoon) crop may see a battle at the World Trade Organization

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First Published: Sep 30 2018 | 1:49 PM IST

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