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India unlikely to insist on food security clause at WTO

Under existing WTO rules, developing countries like India need to limit the procurement of foodgrain such as wheat and rice to within 10 percent of the crop's value. Disallowing such special support by governments to their domestic producers is to ensure there are no additional impediments to international free trade.

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