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At the World Trade Organisation (WTO), India has lost the dispute over subsidies of sugar exports with the dispute settlement panel.
What was the dispute?
For the five consecutive sugar seasons, in between 2014-15 to 2018-19, India had provided non-exempt product-specific domestic support to the sugarcane producers in excess of permitted 10 per cent level of total value of sugarcane production. Thus, the settlement panel report found that, India was acting inconsistently with its obligations provided under Article 7.2(b) of the Agreement on Agriculture.
India’s sugar exports
India incentivises sugar exports by extending financial support to the sector. This sector employs more than 50 million farmers in states like Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra.
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