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(Daily News)
October 11, 2019

GENEVA -- India, China, the African Group and other World Trade Organization members this week defended the “rights” of developing countries to special and differential treatment, likely setting up a confrontation with the U.S. at next week’s General Council meeting.


(Daily News)
October 02, 2019

High-level trade talks between the U.S. and India are slated to continue this week as the two countries attempt to reach a limited trade agreement, though sources say gaps remain on issues including Indian price controls on medical devices and tariffs on information and communications technology products.


(Daily News)
September 24, 2019

A preliminary trade deal between Washington and New Delhi is coming “very soon,” President Trump said on Tuesday, adding that the two countries aimed to strike a more comprehensive deal “down the road a little bit.”


(Daily News)
September 20, 2019

The U.S. has requested a World Trade Organization dispute settlement ruling on tariffs imposed by India following the Trump administration’s removal of the country from a program granting preferential treatment for some developing countries.


(Daily News)
September 18, 2019

Amit Kumar, deputy chief of mission at the Indian Embassy in Washington, DC, along with a member of India's legislature this week said they were hopeful the U.S. and India would soon strike a trade accord.


(In Trade)
September 17, 2019

“We are looking at an early resolution of many issues. Whether a deal will be announced or not that is up to the prime minister and the president to decide.”


(This Week In Trade)
September 16, 2019

Following President Trump’s “goodwill” gesture, U.S. and Chinese trade deputies will convene in Washington, DC, later this week ahead of planned high-level talks next month.


(Daily News)
September 06, 2019

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Indian Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal spoke on Friday about a potential face-to-face meeting ahead of United Nations General Assembly meetings in late September, when the Trump administration hopes to announce a partial bilateral trade deal.


(Daily News)
September 05, 2019

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative has been instructed to draft text for a partial trade deal with India that the administration hopes to announce at the United Nations General Assembly summit later this month, Inside U.S. Trade has learned.


(Daily News)
August 26, 2019

In a series of bilateral meetings on the margins of the G7 leaders’ summit in Biarritz, France, President Trump addressed pressing trade issues with his counterparts, including looming auto tariffs, trade tensions with China and World Trade Organization reform.


(Daily News)
August 22, 2019

As President Trump gets set to jet to France this week for the G7 summit, senior administration officials say trade will be the first and foremost policy issue on his agenda in bilateral meetings with the United Kingdom, Germany, Canada, France, Japan and India.


(In Trade)
August 22, 2019

While the panel report largely sided with India, the country is appealing the panel’s assessment of measures in Washington state and Minnesota.


(Daily News)
August 21, 2019

U.S. lawmakers returning from a trip to India to meet with Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal in New Delhi last week said the productive visit was aimed at re-setting the tone of the U.S.-India relationship.


(Daily News)
August 15, 2019

A group of House lawmakers is eyeing a potential high-level meeting between the U.S. and India as an opportunity to push for an “early harvest” deal that reinstates certain benefits previously afforded to New Delhi under the Generalized System of Preferences in exchange for market access.


(Daily News)
August 14, 2019

Four countries, three of which are openly opposed to renewing the World Trade Organization moratorium on duties on electronic transmissions, would lose more in gross domestic product than they would gain in tariffs if the moratorium were lifted, according to a new study.


(Daily News)
August 14, 2019

Four countries, three of which are openly opposed to renewing the World Trade Organization moratorium on duties on electronic transmissions, would lose more in gross domestic product than they would gain in tariffs if the moratorium were lifted, according to a new study.


(In Trade)
August 06, 2019

Harsh Shringla said an expected meeting between USTR Robert Lighthizer and his Indian counterpart would “enable us to reach a conclusion that [is] mutually beneficial and satisfactory.”


(Daily News)
August 01, 2019

U.S. and Indian officials hope to hold a high-level, high-stakes meeting in Washington, DC, before the end of the month, which could determine the direction of the trade relationship between the two countries, according to industry sources.


(In Trade)
July 30, 2019

The compliance panel report is now expected in December and the arbitrator’s decision in October.


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