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(Daily News)
September 06, 2016

The most recent meeting of the World Trade Organization's Dispute Settlement Body saw the United States and India again engage in a back-and-forth over whether Washington's move to retaliate against India for measures restricting U.S. poultry exports due to avian flu fears is appropriate considering India's claim of compliance in the dispute, the lack of a compliance panel to examine India's new measures and the absence of a sequencing agreement between the two countries.


(Daily News)
September 02, 2016

Russia on Sept. 2 avoided an injury determination in an antidumping and subsidization case involving cold-rolled steel, but the U.S. International Trade Commission found similar products from Brazil, India, South Korea and the United Kingdom did injure or threaten to injure the U.S. steel industry.


(Daily News)
September 01, 2016

Business groups that approached this week's U.S.-India Strategic and Commercial Dialogue with varying expectations are now offering dramatically different views on the progress made at the Aug. 30-31 meeting in New Delhi of high-level government officials from both countries.


(In Trade)
August 25, 2016

She will also co-chair the second U.S.-India CEO Forum with Jeff Zients, director of the National Economic Council.


(In Trade)
August 09, 2016

India has reportedly indiciated a willingness to address key market access barriers, which could remove one impediment.


(In Trade)
August 09, 2016

The WTO announced both reports would be pushed back about two months, to September.


(Daily News)
July 22, 2016

A series of proposals forwarded last month by Canada to share and spread best practices in dispute settlement at the World Trade Organization gained some support leading up to a July 21 Dispute Settlement Body meeting, but lacked signatures from major dispute settlement players such as the United States and China.


(Daily News)
July 21, 2016

The Commerce Department has found improper subsidization and dumping of cold-rolled steel in a case involving Brazil, India, Korea, Russia and the United Kingdom, according to a press release issued July 21.


(In Trade)
July 20, 2016

The much-watched case involves products from Brazil, India, Korea, Russia and the United Kingdom.


(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.


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