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(Daily News)
July 19, 2016

India is hoping bilateral discussions with the United States set for July 20 will yield a path forward that does not involve U.S. trade retaliation in a World Trade Organization dispute over New Delhi's import restrictions on poultry, which stemmed from fears of avian influenza spreading from the U.S., according to Geneva sources.


(Daily News)
June 21, 2016

India last week took aim at the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada at the World Trade Organization's Trade in Services Council over visa measures it deems to be barriers to its service suppliers who seek to do business in those countries, but faced push back from the three countries which made clear they did not see the council as the appropriate forum to raise those issues.


(Daily News)
June 08, 2016

With the support of the United States and Indian governments, Westinghouse Electric Company is inching towards a deal with New Delhi to construct six nuclear reactors in India despite what a number of sources describe as legal ambiguity over the company's liability in case of a nuclear accident, as well as questions over the price of the deal and the Export-Import Bank backing financing for it.


(Daily News)
June 08, 2016

Westinghouse Electric Company's bid to supply India with six nuclear reactors could fall through due to the company's inability to meet New Delhi's pricing requirements for the construction of the reactors relative to the amount of electricity they put out, according to a former senior manager of national civil nuclear power programs.


(Daily News)
June 08, 2016

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi this week expressed optimism about the direction and potential of the trade relationship between the United States and India in separate addresses to the U.S.-India Business Council and a joint session of Congress.


(Daily News)
June 07, 2016

The head of India's information technology services industry trade association said in an interview Tuesday (June 7) that there will be no significant progress on bilateral commercial and trade irritants, such as the hike in visa fees for certain Indian workers, before the Obama administration leaves office early next year, while arguing that the United States has, in certain areas, made trade with India more difficult.


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