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(Daily News)
February 12, 2015

U.S. business associations have backed off from their demand last year that the Obama administration designate India as the most egregious violator of intellectual property rights (IPR) in their filings under the Special 301 provision of U.S. trade law, even though India's applicable laws and policies have not fundamentally changed.

(Daily News)
January 27, 2015

A compromise President Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced last weekend could provide an avenue for U.S. builders and suppliers of civilian nuclear power plants to move forward with long-stalled projects in India. The companies have held off on the projects because of an Indian law that exposes equipment suppliers to unlimited liability claims in the event of an accident.

(Daily News)
January 08, 2015

Although U.S. companies doing business in India are heavily burdened by the country's trade and investment policies, the total elimination of tariffs and other barriers for foreign businesses would likely yield only limited benefits for the American economy, according to a U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) report released in late December.