International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part C (2016)
Regional Trade Agreements (RTAs): An Indian perspective with WTO
Regional trade agreements (RTAs) played an important role in driving global trade. After the completion of the Uruguay round of negotiations of the World Trade Organization (WTO) its role became more significant. Almost every country in the world now is either a member of, or discussing participation in one or more regional agreements. The financial crisis has made matters worse for the WTO trade talks as there is an apparent shift of emphasis from export-oriented growth. Keeping the importance of concern issue an attempt has been made in the present research paper and analyses the issues under the Doha Development Agenda with regard to RTAs. Keeping in view this basic objective, this paper highlights some important issues related to rules governing RTAs in order to produce possible suggestions for India’s interest. India’s stand at the WTO has undergone a sea change since the beginning of the Uruguay Round. This paper seeks to examine the fundamental theoretical perspective of India’s stance at the WTO.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Satish Kumar. Regional Trade Agreements (RTAs): An Indian perspective with WTO. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(1):194-197.