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GATT, MTO and Indian Constitution

GATT, MTO and Indian Constitution Arun Ghosh In signing the agreement on the proposed reform of GATT, following the Uruguay Round discussions, the government has given away many vantage points and committed the country to a totally one-sided, White- man dominated arrangement of international economic relations, rendering irrelevant even the country's legal and juridical framework in the process. But since the revised GATT needs to be ratified by all countries, the remedy now lies with parliament Will the Indian parliament rise above petty squabbles on non-issues and emerge as a defender of the sovereignty of the country?

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