THE INDIAN government has sought formal talks at the World Trade Organisation with Argentina over what it claims is discriminatory treatment of its pharmaceutical exports. The south Americans insist that for medicines to enter Argentina, they must have been made in a country included on one of two official Buenos Aires lists, linked to specific inspection regimes. India is not named at all, which New Delhi says "has led to total lack of market access for Indian drugs and pharmaceutical products" in Argentina.

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