Emerging Challenges under WTO to International Dairy Trade with Special Reference to India
The globalization of dairy industry has led to paradigm shift of international dairy markets from being supply driven to demand driven. Thus, the international dairy market is getting increasingly responsive to market signals and changing consumer preferences, rather than merely by excess production and depressed world prices. This paper to carry out an analysis of India's competitive edge in the global dairy production and its international trade, and crucially examines the major challenges for exports of dairy products from India and brings out strategic issues to promote India's dairy exports.
Volume (Year): 4 (2012)
Issue (Month): 3 (September)
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