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(Daily News)
July 23, 2008

GENEVA - Argentina, South Africa and India in a Green Room meeting last night (July 22) ruled out the latest negotiating text on non-agricultural market access (NAMA) as the basis for negotiations, according to Geneva sources.


(Daily News)
July 14, 2008

Indian Minister of Commerce and Industry Kamal Nath will miss the first two days of a crucial meeting of trade ministers next week because of the need to return to India for reasons related to U.S.-India civil nuclear deal, but currently plans to return to Geneva to take up negotiations in the Doha round on July 23, sources said.


(Daily News)
December 11, 2007

The House this afternoon (Dec. 11) approved by voice vote under suspension of the rules a bill that revokes the Bush administration's termination of duty-free access for Indian and Thai jewelry under the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) on July 1, 2007. The bill also urges President Bush in non-binding resolution language to reconsider the termination of GSP benefits invoked that day for other products under certain conditions.


(Daily News)
December 04, 2007

U.S. Trade Representative Susan Schwab today (Dec. 4) blamed Brazil, India and China for lack of progress in the Doha round in a speech to the President' Export Council, which formally called for bilateral investment treaties (BITs) with those countries as well as Russia.


(Daily News)
October 05, 2007

U.S. Trade Representative Susan Schwab and Indian Commerce Minister Kamal Nath have asked a private sector advisory group to the bilateral Trade Policy Forum (TPF) to lay out a blueprint of trade policy objectives over the next two to five years.


(Daily News)
July 31, 2007

A final civil nuclear cooperation deal struck last week between the U.S. and India reflects two major Indian demands by creating a multinational strategic fuel reserve that would feed India’s reactors if there is a disruption of the U.S. supply and by giving India the right to reprocess spent fuel under certain conditions.


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