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India-E.U. FTA
Negotiating a sell-out?
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Shiv Kumar Pushpakar A demonstration at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi on April 10 against the proposed free trade agreement.

The India-E.U. free trade agreement could lead to the bypassing of established legal procedures and the limiting of the government’s role in enacting progressive, pro-people legislation, thus posing a threat to the sovereignty of the country. By SAGNIK DUTTA in NEW DELHI


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