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India

(Daily News)
May 09, 2018

India provides agricultural market price support for wheat and rice beyond what is allowed under WTO rules and what it has reported to the global trade body, the U.S. has alleged.


(In Trade)
April 19, 2018

“Any discussions regarding the Proclamations would not be under the Agreement on Safeguards and would be without prejudice to our view that the Proclamations are not safeguard measures.”


(In Trade)
April 17, 2018

India considers the 232 tariffs, “to be an emergency action/safeguard measure.”


(Daily News)
April 12, 2018

“The reviews are based on the Trump Administration’s new GSP country eligibility assessment process as well as GSP country eligibility petitions.”


(In Trade)
April 12, 2018

“The reviews are based on the Trump Administration’s new GSP country eligibility assessment process as well as GSP country eligibility petitions.”


(In Trade)
March 28, 2018

India is a top 10 exporter of steel and aluminum to the United States.


(Daily News)
March 14, 2018

India is the target of the first World Trade Organization dispute launched by the Trump administration, which on Tuesday requested consultations with New Delhi over a series of programs it says are prohibited export subsidies.


(In Trade)
February 12, 2018

A mini-ministerial that India is planning is “still in the process of being developed.”


(Daily News)
February 12, 2018

A mini-ministerial that India is planning is “still in the process of being developed.”


(In Trade)
February 09, 2018

“The United States does not understand how India can claim compliance while it continues applying WTO-inconsistent measures.”


(In Trade)
January 30, 2018

India will ask for the review at a Dispute Settlement Body meeting on Feb. 9.


(In Trade)
January 16, 2018

Kenneth Juster suggests a strategic view of the trade relationship could “lead to a roadmap for a U.S.-India free trade agreement,” though “we are a long way right now from that aspiration.”


(Daily News)
January 08, 2018

India has charged that the World Trade Organization's Dispute Settlement Body cannot authorize the United States to suspend trade concessions in a dispute over India’s national solar program because India has complied with the rulings and recommendations in the case and the U.S. did not follow WTO rules in requesting the right to retaliate.


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