Anand Sharma positive Doha talks
WTO,negotiation on going Doha talks to balance the deformity in International talks has failed to keep its promise from last eight years.Federal minister Mr Anand Sharma with more efforts to spread the canvas of talks and accessibility to other vulnerable and poor countries with their subject catching the developing and the developed world to give International trade a benfits at global scale.
Federal Minister Anand Sharma said India is committed to Doha to reach to successful conlusion,the words pause,logjams used by various brain may find the September India initiative re-energies,reinvent,to reactivate to various ministries of other countries for the betterment of all 153 member nation.
Senior official engage for negotiation at Doha talks to bring process to right conclusions for global commerce to be enhanced and enriched.Re energies at New Delhi summit for meaniful dialogue to cut the logjam,complexities issues to be taken and move ahead to overcome with importance for trade to give envision with ministrial
congregation.The multilateral rules,regulations for international trade and commerce with convergence and wider understanding for international trade is our moot point.
India and China, the two fastest growing economies in the world,insisted on sufficient protection for their vulnerable farmers, the US -facing an economic downturn was not ready for a deal.
WTO 153 members conglomerate, an international forum for International trade co-operation where governments go, to try to sort out the trade problems they face with each other. The first step is to talk. The WTO was born out of negotiations, and everything the WTO does is the result of negotiations. The bulk of the WTO's current work comes from the 1986-94 negotiations called the Uruguay Round and earlier
negotiations under the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT).
The WTO is currently the host to new negotiations, under the 'Doha
Development Agenda' launched in 2001.
Where countries have faced trade barriers and wanted them lowered, the negotiations have helped to liberalize trade. But the WTO is not just about liberalizing trade, and in some circumstances its rules support maintaining trade barriers - for example to protect consumers or prevent the spread of disease.
Kamal Nath had expressed dissatisfaction over the collapse of the
talks."I feel disappointed that this has to be the end result. We have
been running the miles for the last three years"It is unfortunate that
in a development round we could not move because of the issue of
livelihood security. G 33 and the developing countries are concerned
about the issues which affect the poor and subsistence farmers," he
told reporters before going to the Trade Negotiating Committee (TNC)
in the institution of WTO remains intact. All work that has been put
in will remain intact and we will take this up and move forward," he
said.The blame game started on expected lines. US blamed India and
China for creating hurdles in the ongoing WTO talks in Geneva and said
Doha trade talks have been thrown into the "gravest jeopardy" by these
two countries which are not willing to open their markets for more
Identical statement by WTO Chief Pascal Lamy in web site has said that
he will make a good use of the forthcoming meeting of trade ministers
at New Delhi in WTO Chief Pascal Lamy has said that he will make a
good use of forthcoming meeting of trade ministers at New Delhi in
September to revive the stalled Doha talks for a global trade deal..I
sensed a genuine and strong renewal of political commitment to re-
engage in the Doha negotiations and to conclude it in 2010. There were
expressions of the need to fill in remaining gaps as soon as
"I will continue these contacts with the objective of keeping on the
need to advance the Round, including at the upcoming Trade
Ministers'meeting to be hosted by India and G20 leaders summit in
Pittsburgh in September, to revive the stalled Doha talks for a global