India-Australia trade war may take on sugar
new Delhi. Australia wants to give two or two hands to India on sugar. Australia has a problem that India subsidizes its Chinese farmers and producers. That is why Australia has intensified its fight on the Chinese trade with India and has formally requested a World Trade Organization (WTO) to constitute a committee, according to a media report.
The WTO has requested to investigate whether the world’s second-largest Chinese producer is in violation of its commitments regarding agricultural subsidies. In doing.
Australia is alleging that India is continuously subsidizing sugar farmers
In March, Australia had come with Brazil on this issue and it registered a formal complaint against India in the WTO.
Australia has alleged that continuous subsidy is being given to Chinese farmers by India, which has filled the sugar globally, which has brought down prices in the market. Australia has asked Brazil and Guatemala to form a committee to settle disputes with the WTO, who should investigate whether the commitments on India are not being violated on this issue.
The developed countries of the world continue to raise voice in the WTO against the subsidy given to farmers in India.
In Australia’s financial review report, Trade Minister Simon Birmingham has said that India has not taken concrete steps to address its concerns and is continuously subsidizing the violation of its WTO commitments.
Anyway, the developed countries of the world continue to raise voice in the WTO against the subsidy given to farmers in India. They say that continuing the subsidy practice by India is a violation of WTO rules.
Countries such as America have also raised voice in the WTO against India in case of subsidies given to exporters.