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(Text Document)
September 10, 2009

(Text Document)
September 09, 2009

(Inside U.S. Trade)
September 04, 2009

The Indian government hopes that a meeting of trade ministers taking place in New Delhi this week -- which is focused on process and not on substantive negotiations -- can translate the stated political commitment by many countries to seek a conclusion of the Doha round of global trade talks by the end of next year into a more concrete action plan for negotiations in the coming months.

(Daily News)
September 03, 2009

The Indian government hopes that a meeting of trade ministers taking place in New Delhi this week -- which is focused on process and not on substantive negotiations -- can translate the stated political commitment by many countries to seek a conclusion of the Doha round of global trade talks by the end of next year into a more concrete action plan for negotiations in the coming months.


(Text Document)
August 27, 2009

(Daily News)
August 24, 2009

U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk will attend a meeting of trade ministers being hosted by India in New Delhi Sept. 3-4, according to a USTR spokeswoman. However, the spokeswoman said she was not certain which precise dates Kirk would be in India.


(Inside U.S. Trade)
August 21, 2009

U.S. and Indian officials found during the first round of bilateral investment treaty (BIT) talks last week that an agreement on protections and market access guarantees available to foreign investors in India before they establish new investments will be a major sticking point in negotiations on a BIT, according to Indian sources.

(Inside U.S. Trade)
August 21, 2009

During a week of international negotiations on a post-Kyoto Protocol climate change pact that wrapped up late last week in Bonn, Germany, India proposed a provision in the treaty that would ban the use of border tariffs to be used on countries that fail to take certain action to combat global warming. The lead U.S. negotiator at the talks defended the use of such border tariffs and rejected the proposal.

(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.


(File Document)
August 11, 2009

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