India hangs on to food security subsidies despite trade deal
A major world trade deal looks back on the table after India and the United States resolved a row over food subsidies.
The World Trade Organisation agreement is expected to create 20 million jobs and add $1 trillion to the world economy.
But India is still insisting on protecting its existing food security programmes - at least for now.
The BBC's Sameer Hashmi explains from Mumbai.
14 Nov 2014
- From the section Business