DISPUTE SETTLEMENT: DISPUTE DS93

India — Quantitative Restrictions on Imports of Agricultural, Textile and Industrial Products


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Request for Consultations received:
Mutually Agreed Solution notified: 11 December 1998

  

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Consultations

Complaint by New Zealand.

This request, dated 16 July 1997, raises the same issues in respect of India’s quantitative restrictions on imports of agricultural, textile and industrial products as in the requests by the US (WT/DS90), Australia (WT/DS91) and Canada (WT/DS92). However, New Zealand makes an additional claim for nullification and impairment of benefits accruing to it under GATT 1994.

 

Mutually agreed solution

In a letter dated 14 September 1998, but communicated to the Secretariat on 1 December 1998, the two parties notified a mutually agreed solution to this dispute.

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