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To improve relations with Pakistan, India is likely to cut the peak tariff rate to 5 % within three years. The Union Cabinet might allow a diminution in the sensitive list by 30% for Non-Least Developed Countries (NLDCs), under the Safta trade liberalisation programme. Categorization of nations under South Asian Free Trade Area (SAFTA): SAFTA ..
Topics: Countries • Economies • Economy of Bangladesh • Economy of Nepal • Free trade agreements • Least developed countries • Pakistan • Safta • South Asia • South Asian Free Trade Area • Trade blocs
Sudan signed a deal with South Sudan over oil payments. South Sudan agreed to pay Sudan just over $ 9 per barrel to transport oil to its ports. What is the dispute? After the separation of South Sudan from Sudan in 2011, nearly 75% of the oil rich region went to South Sudan. The dispute ..
South Sudan has extended a compensation of more than 3 billion dollars to its neighbor Sudan for economic losses incurred due to the South’s independence. They are negotiating in Ethiopia to resolve bitter differences ahead of a U.N deadline on August 2, 2012. South Sudan gained independence from Sudan on July 9, 2011 , but ..
Month: Current Affairs - July, 2012
Topics: Africa • Countries • Federal republics • Geography of Africa • Heglig Crisis • Least developed countries • Member states of the African Union • Member states of the United Nations • South Sudan • Sudan
China has offered $8 billion in loan to South Sudan to fund a broad range of infrastructure projects over the next 2 years. The funds would be used to build roads, bridges and telecom network. China wants to maintain good relations both with Sudan, its established friend and with the South Sudan which became independent ..
Topics: Africa • Countries • Current Affairs – July, 2015 • Federal republics • Geography of Africa • Least developed countries • Member states of the African Union • Member states of the United Nations • Outline of South Sudan • South Sudan • Sudan
At by-lines of the 42nd assembly of the World Economic Forum (WEF), the Trade Ministers forum of IBSA (India-Brazil-South Africa) met in Davos, in order to retrospect the existing worldwide financial and economic condition. They echoed the fifth Summit of the Heads of State and Government of the IBSA Dialogue Forum that took place in ..
Topics: Doha Development Round • Economy • Foreign relations of Brazil • Foreign relations of India • Foreign relations of South Africa • IBSA Dialogue Forum • Least developed countries • World Economic Forum • World economy • World Trade Organization