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The Centre for Trade and Investment Law (CTIL) was established in the year 2016 by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India, at the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT). The Centre’s primary objective is to provide sound and rigorous analysis of legal issues pertaining to international trade and investment law to the Government of India and other governmental agencies. The Centre is aiming to create a dedicated pool of legal experts who could provide technical inputs for enhancing India's participation in international trade and investment negotiations and dispute settlement. The Centre also aims to be a thought leader in the various domains of international economic law such as WTO law, international investment law and legal issues relating to economic integration.

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Virtual panel discussion on "The Future of Subsidy Regulation at the WTO"

Date :30 September 2020


During the Geneva Trade Week event, CTIL organized a virtual Panel Discussion on the topic “The Future of Subsidy Regulation at the WTO” with deliberations on legal, trade and geopolitical implications of the new subsidy-related proposals. Key elements which the WTO Members need to consider in their interest were also discussed. The Panel also discussed the implications of latest proposals by countries to take subsidy disciplines into new uncharted territories. The panelists who addressed the ev....
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Workshop on "Capacity Building in Export Promotion"

Date :24 February 2020


CTIL partnered with Uttar Pradesh Exports Promotion Council, Government of Uttar Pradesh and The Policy Times to organise a training workshop on "Capacity Building in Export Promotion" in Lucknow. The purpose of this workshop was to generate support for stakeholders in taking a strategic approach towards exports development, improving capacities of enterprises and increasing international competitiveness of local enterprises for exports.....
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One day conference on International Investment Arbitration

Date :18 Janurary 2020


MCIA and CTIL hosted an international conference on ‘International Investment Arbitration: Setting the Stage’. The conference concluded with the release of findings of an empirical study conducted by Centre for Trade and Investment Law titled “Study on Investor Perceptions towards India’s Investment Treaties”.....
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30
September 2020
Panel Discussion
September 30, 2020
During the Geneva Trade Week event, CTIL organized a virtual Panel Discussion on the topic “The Future of Subsidy Regulation at the WTO” with deliberations on legal, trade and geopolitical implication
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03-21
September 2020
Capacity Building Programme
September 03-21, 2020
The Capacity Building Programme organised by DoC, CTIL and other centres of CRIT on International Trade Negotiation.
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21-27
August 2020
Webinar
August 21-27, 2020
CTIL co-hosted an event with CII (Southern Region) titled "Free Trade Agreements and Export Opportunities' '. The event touched upon the concept and scope, importance of FTAs in a world of fragmented
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Publications

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  • Global Trade and Customs Journal, Special Issue - India in the International Economic Order - Issues and Perspectives
    Global Trade and Customs Journal provides readers with new ideas, fresh insights, and expert views on critical practical issues affecting international trade, including export controls, trade remedies, and customs compliance, with a growing focus ion international investment regulation. Written for practitioners by practitioners, the journal offers practical analysis, reliable guidance, and experienced advice to support professionals in protecting their clients organization compliance interests.

  • NON-MARKET ECONOMIES IN THE GLOBAL TRADING SYSTEM: THE SPECIAL CASE OF CHINA
    This book provides one of the most comprehensive and compelling analysis of Non-Market Economies (NMEs) and their treatment under the current world trading system. In particular, it examines the treatment of China as an NME in anti-dumping investigations, especially post-December 2016. Central to this analysis is Section 15 of China’s Protocol of Accession to the WTO, which is the focal point of the controversy between China and other major WTO Members.

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