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(Daily News)
April 28, 2016

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative will develop “action plans” by the end of June for 11 countries placed on the priority watch list of its “Special 301” report on intellectual property rights released on April 27, as required by a provision in the customs bill enacted on Feb. 24. Among these countries are China, India and Chile, which is the only Trans-Pacific Partnership country for which an action plan is required.


(Text Document)
April 22, 2016

(Daily News)
April 21, 2016

India is appealing an adverse World Trade Organization panel report that faulted local content requirements imposed on private solar power producers in a massive solar project, arguing that the panel incorrectly rejected three key defenses put forward by India.


(Daily News)
April 21, 2016

The U.S. government has complained about a slew of enacted and proposed Indian tariff hikes targeting technological and medical goods during a series of three World Trade Organization meetings over the past week, saying it appears as if India is pursuing “an import substitution program.”


(Daily News)
April 19, 2016

Additional members of the World Trade Organization this week joined the U.S., EU and Japan in separate committee meetings to press India to explain why tariffs on a number of products allegedly covered under the plurilateral 1996 Information Technology Agreement were not in violation of its commitments under that trade deal.


(Daily News)
April 15, 2016

The United States is continuing to complain about what it sees as India's lax intellectual property policies and burdensome package labeling requirements, although the U.S. government's latest annual report on global trade barriers found modest improvements by India in both fields during 2015.


(Daily News)
April 13, 2016

The U.S., Japan and European Union are pressing India at the World Trade Organization to explain tariffs on four products that they believe violate India's obligations under the original WTO Plurilateral Information Technology Agreement.


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