Keith Nuthall
FURTHER details have been released about the deal struck between India and Turkey to resolve the WTO dispute over Turkish restrictions on 19 categories of Indian textile exports. They include the immediate removal of some quantitative restrictions and the reduction of tariffs by September 30. The restrictions that triggered the disoute were put in place in 1996.

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