Bangladesh’s Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi recently requested his Indian counterpart Suresh Prabhu to take suitable measures to withdraw antidumping duty on Bangladeshi products. Both met on the sidelines of the twoday WTO Ministerial Meeting in New Delhi. Munshi pushed for more apparel import to India from and more Indian investment in Bangladesh. Prabhu assured all necessary measures to address the issue, according to a report citing a Commerce Ministry. Despite a general duty-free access of Bangladeshi products to India, several Indian States often impose taxes if the volume of imported products appears to affect their local enterprises.