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Since 1984, we have been working for the welfare of consumers, from grassroots to international…we expanded into trade and development… .>>

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Public procurement should be made an effective means to stimulate economic growth: CUTS International
March 24, 2015, New Delhi

States may not get more funds, after all
The Hindu Business Line,
March 20, 2015

“Connectivity is the key to realise trade potentiality between India and Bangladesh”: A Didar Singh, Secretary General, FICCI
March 19, 2015, India

The FCRA-NGO conundrum
The Asian Age, March 06, 2015

What sort of federalism do we want?
The Hindu Business Line,
March 05, 2015

Why RCEP Is Vital for India
The Diplomat, March 03, 2015

Small industry needs a better policy deal
The Hindu Business Line,
February 20, 2015

Time for ‘seller beware’
Asian Age, February 12, 2015

Renewable energy poised to attract $200 bn: Piyush Goyal

IANS, February 12, 2015

Take steps to promote women entrepreneurs in MSME sector

PTI, February 12, 2015

Women entrepreneurs in India suffer from a 73 per cent credit deficit: N. K. Maini, Deputy Managing Director, SIDBI

February 11, 2015, New Delhi, India

Rajasthan alone witnesses 12.8% deaths due to road accidents

DNA, February 09, 2015

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CUTS International (Consumer Unity & Trust Society) began its journey in 1983 in Rajasthan, from a rural development communication initiative, a wall newspaper Gram Gadar (Village Revolution). This monthly wall newspaper is published regularly and has been instrumental in providing a forum for the oppressed classes to get justice. On seeing Gram Gadar, Rubens Ricupero, Secretary-General of UNCTAD (1995-2004) observed: “It confirmed my view that often the simple lack of awareness lies at the root of so much misery”. More...


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CUTS International New Campus
at Jagatpura Institutional Area, Jaipur

An Appeal for Donation

ITEC Special Course on Competition Policy & Law (for African Countries)

CUTS awarded the World Custom Day Certificate of Merit

Roundtable on Assessment of India-Bangladesh Trade Potentiality
March 18, 2015, New Delhi, India

National Consultation Meeting Elements of Public Procurement Policy of India
March 24, 2014, New Delhi

Training Programme on “Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA)”
March 25-26, 2015, New Delhi (India)

National Advocacy Seminar on “Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) in India: Need and Importance”
March 27, 2015, New Delhi (India)

Training Programme on Economic Diplomacy Programme
08-10 April, 2015, Jaipur
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Dissemination and Advocacy Meeting 
Trade and Knowledge Sharing in HYV Rice Seeds: Scope for Agricultural Cooperation between Bangladesh and India

April 30, 2015, New Delhi, India
Agenda | Backgrounder

CUTS International Top Moments from 2013

CUTS Strategic Business Plan (2014-2018)

The Article 51A Crucible: Creating Public Citizens in India

Promoting Sustainable and Inclusive Growth (PROSAIG)

CUTS Centre for Indo-African Cooperation
Leveraging Indian Enterprise for African Development

BRICS - Trade & Economics Research Network

Growth and Poverty : The Great Debate
Edited by: Pradeep S Mehta  • Bipul Chatterjee

Economic Diplomacy: India's Experience
Edited by: Kishan S Rana • Bipul Chatterjee
Letter From Pascal Lamy, Director-General, WTO | Review


Reflections from the Frontline
Developing Country Negotiators in the WTO


Reinventing The Planning Commission
The Great Debate


Should Competition Law & Policy
be Blind to Equity?
The Debate


Advocacy

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CUTS comments on the report of RBI internal working group to revisit the existing priority sector lending guidelines on March 15, 2015.

CUTS Comments on Draft National Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Policy on January 30, 2015

Letter to Prime Minister on 'Trade potential between India and Pakistan' on January 15, 2015.
Annexure 1 | Annexure 2

CUTS Comments on MSME Policy Draft Consultation Paper on January 15, 2015

CUTS Submission under Sub-Section (3) of Section 29 of the Competition act, 2002 regarding the proposed merger between Lafarge and Holchim on December 15, 2014

CUTS Comments on the Draft Civil Aviation Policy released by the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India on November 28, 2014

Letter to Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman, Ministry of State for Commerce and Industry on "Make in India and Ease of Doing Business" on November 24, 2014

Letter to Smt. Smriti Irani, Honble Minister of Human Resource Development on "Need for Child Awareness Education Policy" on November 24, 2014

CUTS Submission to the Honble Chairperson, Committee on Estimates on "Regulatory Mechanism of Protection of interest of depositors of NBFCs - an overview" on October 27, 2014.

CUTS Submissions under Sub-Section (3) of Section 29 of the Competition Act, 2002 regarding the Proposed Merger between Sun Pharma and Ranbaxy


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CUTS London Resource Centre has been closed and its activities/operations have been shifted to CUTS Geneva Resource Centre. Consequently CUTS London Resource Centre website www.cuts-london.org  has been allowed to lapse and CUTS is neither its owner nor responsible for its use.


Parliamentarians’ Forum on Economic Policy Issues (PARFORE)
Parliamentarians’ Forum on Economic Policy Issues has been formed at the behest of five Parliamentarians cutting across party lines to facilitate discussions on a periodic basis among MPs on the core economic policy issues reflected in and out of parliament and media. The forum is non-partisan and informal.


 

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I very much appreciate CUTS contribution to WTO related issues. I reiterate that your efforts are complimentary to the responsibility being discharged by  Trade Policy Division in the Department of Commerce.... >>


It gives me a great pleasure to note that CUTS is celebrating its Silver Jubilee. 25 years is a long time...>>

UNCTAD cooperates closely with civil society to increase awareness of the benefits of competition policy for consumers and for economic development.... >>

UNCTAD cooperates closely with civil society to increase awareness of the benefits of competition policy for consumers and for economic development...>>

I congratulate my colleagues at CUTS for high quality analysis and publications for their exemplary work in social field, trade and economics and openness to disclosure with all sectors of society in India and abroad.

Congratulations on the launch of a series of training programmes for the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India. This time trade capacity building is in action.

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