India’s hopes of a permanent solution for public stockholding hang in balance3 min read . Updated: 08 Nov 2017, 03:14 AM IST
Russia has proposed that India and other developing countries agree to seven burdensome 'anti-circumvention/safeguard' conditions for public stockholding programs
Geneva: India’s hopes of securing a simple and effective permanent solution for public stockholding programs (PSH) for food security hang in the balance after Australia, Pakistan, the European Union, and the United States rallied around a Russian proposal that New Delhi first agree to onerous conditions for availing of the legal instrument.
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