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India

(Inside U.S. Trade)
August 14, 2009

The Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) signed by India and South Korea last week has little relevance to the protracted debate in the United States over further changes to the signed U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement (FTA), experts said this week, since its product coverage falls short of a full free trade agreement and it does not address the central remaining U.S.-Korea FTA sticking point of Korean non-tariff barriers to automotive imports.

(Text Document)
August 13, 2009

(Daily News)
August 11, 2009

South Korea and India last Friday (Aug. 7) signed a Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement that covers 90 percent of Indian goods and 85 percent of Korean goods, according to a Korean government statement.


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August 11, 2009

(File Document)
August 10, 2009

(Inside U.S. Trade)
August 07, 2009

A bipartisan delegation of Senate Finance Committee staff members is traveling to Ethiopia and India starting tomorrow (Aug. 8) to meet with government officials, U.S. and local businesses, and non-profit groups to gather information ahead of preference program reform efforts that are expected to ramp up in the fall.

(Text Document)
August 03, 2009

(Inside U.S. Trade)
July 31, 2009

Although India was unable to publicly announce nuclear reactor sites it will grant to U.S. firms to develop during last week's trip to India by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh did informally confirm the names to Clinton, sources said this week.

(Inside U.S. Trade)
July 24, 2009

U.S. sources this week expressed disappointment that a high-profile trip to India by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton did not yield the naming of the two specific nuclear reactor sites which India plans to allow U.S. firms to develop. Meanwhile, the text of an end-use monitoring agreement meant to facilitate defense trade with India remained secret this week due to political uproar in India, leading to some doubts that it has in fact been finalized.

(Inside U.S. Trade)
July 24, 2009

While the U.S. and India will commence negotiations on the establishment of a bilateral investment treaty (BIT) next month, sources this week said it will be challenging for the two sides to overcome differences in approaches on equity caps, transparency and so-called performance requirements.

(Text Document)
July 23, 2009

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July 21, 2009

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