About this initiative

Summary

During the 14th India-EU Summit, held in New Delhi on 6 October 2017, the leaders of both parties reaffirmed their commitment to strengthen EU-India relations. The EU committed to initiate the process for granting duty-free access to some additional varieties of husked Basmati rice. In order to do this, the EU will have to follow a specific procedure in the WTO and to negotiate additional varieties of husked Basmati rice to benefit from duty exemption with other interested WTO Members.

Topic
Agriculture and rural development
Type of act
Recommendation for a decision

Roadmap

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Feedback period
17 January 2018 - 14 February 2018
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Feedback (148)

  • michele rossi (Italy)
    14 Febbraio 2018 EU citizen
    michele rossi (Italy)

    Buongiorno, Ritengo siano accordi che generano una concorrenza scorretta che non tutela un settore già in crisi nell europa mediterranea. Purtroppo l agricoltura è merce di scambio e l Unione Europea è tutt’altro che unita e che spesso dobbiamo subirla. Oltre ai dazi zero, ci troviamo di fronte a realtà produttive che spesso non rispettano le regole a tutti i livelli...e anche questa è una grande sconfitta. Auspico quindi un passo indietro...

  • Anonimo (Italy)
    14 Febbraio 2018 Company/business organisation
    Anonimo (Italy)

    Non sono d'accordo sull importazione senza dazio dall India di riso Basmati

  • Anonimo (Italy)
    14 Febbraio 2018 EU citizen
    Anonimo (Italy)

    Sono contrario

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First quarter 2018

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