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India

(Daily News)
June 27, 2017

A day after Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with President Trump, Vice President Mike Pence issued fresh calls for New Delhi to eliminate trade barriers, boost intellectual property protection and proceed with economic reforms.


(Daily News)
June 27, 2017

The United States and India have agreed to undertake an extensive examination of their bilateral trade relationship with an eye toward smoothing regulatory issues, expanding market access and increasing energy trade, the White House declared as a June 26 meeting between President Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narenda Modi concluded.


(Daily News)
June 23, 2017

The Trump administration will seek to advance U.S. interests in its trade relationship with New Delhi when Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits the White House on Monday by seeking greater market access in India via a reduction in tariffs and raising the issue of intellectual property protection, a senior White House official said Friday.


(In Trade)
June 23, 2017

Both groups want the U.S. to hold India accountable for tariff cuts it pledged to enact under the Information Technology Agreement.


(In Trade)
June 21, 2017

Lighthizer tells senators of “irritants” that “clearly need to be addressed” with India.


(Daily News)
June 09, 2017

India has requested consultations with the United States at the World Trade Organization over compliance in a dispute in which the U.S. was broadly faulted for using cross-cumulation as the methodology to determine injury from imports of hot-rolled steel from India.


(Daily News)
May 10, 2017

India halted a May 10 meeting of the World Trade Organization's General Council by refusing to agree to the proposed agenda because it included an item on “trade and investment facilitation,” which India claims is outside of the scope of the WTO, according to Geneva sources.


(Daily News)
April 21, 2017

The Indian government is tracking the Trump administration’s evolving trade policy, particularly actions that could affect services exports and the distribution of H-1B visas, but the Indian business community is bullish on the economic relationship between the two countries remaining fruitful.


(Daily News)
April 19, 2017

The United States has blocked India's request by for a panel to review its compliance in a dispute won by the U.S. over once-prohibited imports of U.S. poultry due to fears of avian flu.


(Daily News)
March 21, 2017

Upon the second request by India, a World Trade Organization dispute settlement panel was established at a March 21 Dispute Settlement Body meeting to examine a complaint that U.S. state-level incentives for renewable energy programs contain domestic content requirements in violation of WTO rules.


(In Trade)
March 21, 2017

Upon the second request by India, a World Trade Organization dispute settlement panel was established at a March 21 Dispute Settlement Body meeting to examine a complaint that U.S. state-level incentives for renewable energy programs contain domestic content requirements in violation of WTO rules.


(Daily News)
February 21, 2017

The United States this week sharply criticized India for requesting a World Trade Organization dispute settlement panel over state renewable energy programs and blocked formation of the panel, while characterizing India's move as “purely political.”


(Daily News)
February 13, 2017

A slew of industry groups from the United States, in comments submitted for the annual Special 301 report the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative produces on intellectual property issues, have lobbed criticism at India and its recently announced National Intellectual Property Rights Policy for being too vague.


(In Trade)
December 30, 2016

The report identifies countries the U.S. views as insufficient protectors of intellectual property rights.


(In Trade)
November 10, 2016

The group's first ask is a state dinner for India Prime Minister Modi in Trump's first year in office.


(Daily News)
October 26, 2016

The United States has swatted away a proposal from Brazil, India, Korea and Mexico to eliminate the reappointment process for Appellate Body members at the World Trade Organization and instead require that they serve a single term of more than four years.


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