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India and the WTO 01 Aug 2014 09:06 #1945

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As we wait for the answer on India in Fas' list of questions so the WTO waits for India to sign off on the treaty.

www.reuters.com/article/2014/08/01/us-india-trade-wto-idUSKBN0G009R20140801

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India and the WTO 02 Aug 2014 12:51 #1946

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Its funny that you bring this news. :cool:

I -as former European and Asian BU controller- also had a cap at one point in time, which read - Indian Business Development Manager.

Was responsible for a small plant in the Calcutta region, which was difficult to reach but at a delta "which should be able to take sea-vessels in the future for export purposes (and import as well of course)"

That is when I learned about the Indian Trade restriction policies- i.e. protectionist policies to probably protect 80% of the population i.e. the small farmers against "big food business" and all that came with it, which restricted my own "development plans" as well.

The Indians are clue less in macro economics and will be sidelined if they do not follow Bali which they said they would, but top notch in services like medical services for the global patient population.

The law however is clue less again- 7 years ago they constructed something that however had no "executive power".

Recently they came up with guidelines again- all is well but same issue- see PDF

Just GUIDELINES AND NO LAW. i.e. still chaos. :bang: :bash:


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India and the WTO 02 Aug 2014 18:01 #1947

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Fas...you seem to have been everywhere...LOL ! Globe trotter indeed ! :nice:

So in reading your attachment, doest it shoot the theory of medical tourism to India all to hell ?

Legally, they seem stuck to trials only ! For now at least.

Most of the globe continues to be "off limits"

even if one once to pay out of pocket...no wonder we have hardly any sales and a brave short contingent !!!

Sad Sad Sad :cry: :cry: :cry:
Even worse...we have Saad Saad Saad who cant wait to find a buyer for a boatload more shares. :puke: :KO: :bang: :bang: :bang: :bang:

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India and the WTO 03 Aug 2014 09:55 #1950

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So in reading your attachment, doest it shoot the theory of medical tourism to India all to hell ?


No no- of course not- they will try to attract paying patients from all over for generally accepted treatment protocols and will do it cheaper than anybody else.

But from an OWN development perspective, there is basically NO infrastructure to guide studies etc - as a country being pro-active to adopt new medical treatments like with cells.
It will all has to come from Europe or most likely Japan- when it is accepted and adopted there-India will follow. :KO:

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