wto: Indian officer Anwar Hussain Shaik is new chair of WTO committee

After a niche of ten years, an Indian authorities officer Anwar Hussain Shaik has been made the chair of the WTO‘s committee on Technical Limitations on Commerce, an official stated. He’ll take this function from Elisa Maria Olmeda de Alejandro from Mexico.

“Our officer posted in PMI (Everlasting Mission of India) Geneva has been made the chair of this TBT committee. Final time an Indian was a chair was ten years again,” the official stated.

The Technical Limitations to Commerce (TBT) Settlement goals to make sure that technical laws, requirements and conformity evaluation procedures are non-discriminatory and don’t create pointless obstacles to commerce.

TBT Committee work includes two broad areas evaluate of particular measures and strengthening implementation of the TBT Settlement.

WTO (World Commerce Organisation) members use this committee to debate particular commerce issues, particular legal guidelines, laws or procedures that have an effect on their commerce, normally in response to notifications.


WTO is a 164-member multilateral physique which formulate guidelines for world exports and imports and adjudicates disputes between nations on trade-related points. India is a member since 1995.

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