'No longer acceptable': Donald Trump launches fresh attack on India for imposing tariffs on American products
Trump's terse comment came within a fortnight after his meeting with Modi on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Osaka on 28 June, where the two leaders aired their concerns over the bilateral trade disputes and agreed for a meeting of their commerce ministers to sort out the issues.
US trade delegation visiting India next week to resolve sticky trade issues; Piyush Goyal to travel to Washington soon
A high-level trade delegation from the US is expected to visit India next week to find ways to resolve the recent trade tensions between the two countries, official sources said Thursday
US Senate approves India's elevation to NATO-level partnership; mistrust, pursuit of autonomy kept New Delhi away from alliances so far
All eyes are on India as global players await its reaction to the US Senate passing a legislative provision that brings New Delhi at par with its NATO allies and countries like Israel and South Korea.
Trump administration's policies are cause for friction in US-India ties, coherent strategy needed, says top US lawmaker to Mike Pompeo
Before, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's visit to New Delhi, a top US lawmaker asked him to convey to the Indian government a 'predictable, coherent and consistent' strategy t0 help the bilateral relationship reach its full potential.
The gems and jewellery sector is already under pressure on account of stringent lending rules and working-capital crunch.
Mike Pompeo to push in India for more US access to local markets, says America is open to dialogue to resolve trade differences
Pompeo’s remarks at the US-India Business Council refer to a decision by US President Donald Trump to end preferential trade treatment for India from 5 June over the trade barriers.
The US decision to withdraw export incentives from India has been taken in a "haste" and would hurt the domestic exporters, industry chamber CII said on Monday
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar faces trial by fire in dealing with Donald Trump's curveball on preferential trade status
S Jaishankar must now not only dig deep into his bag of experience and expertise but also involve other government departments.
US to not to go back on decision to suspend preferential trade status for India under GSP, calls it 'done deal'
The Trump administration has prioritised working with the Government of India to ensure that US companies have a level playing field, a senior State Department official told reporters on Thursday, hours after Narendra Modi was sworn in as Prime Minister for a second time following his spectacular electoral victory in the general elections.
India, US to engage regularly to resolve trade issues, explore mutually beneficial suitable solutions: Government
Political and security ties between India and the United States have grown but trade has become problematic.
The US-India Strategic and Partnership Forum's president said the companies are talking to them about how to set up an alternative to China
In which Amit Shah gives it to economists and critics: If economy is booming, govt income and spending are growing, fiscal deficit is falling, where's the crisis?
The success of demonetisation and GST is there for everyone to see, he said, except for the bigoted and the jaundice-eyed.
India wants to keep Iran oil purchases at 300,000 bpd in extended waiver amid US pressure to cut imports to zero
Iran was India’s seventh biggest oil supplier in January compared with its position as third biggest a year ago before the reimpostion of sanctions.
On 5 March, the US decided to withdraw import duty benefits, which was in the range of 1-6 percent, under its Generalised System of Preferences (GSP) programme
Withdrawing GSP status no big deal, but Donald Trump’s myopic act may affect pace of India-US strategic ties
Donald Trump’s decision to end GSP for India is another example of his transactional attitude that focuses on narrow grievances at the cost of harming wider strategic considerations
Donald Trump withdraws GSP duty benefits for India: Seven charts decode India-US trade over a decade
India was the largest beneficiary of the GSP programme in 2017 with $5.7 billion in imports given duty-free status
Donald Trump administration talks tough on trade: India needs to keep its powder dry as strategic ties seem shaky
The US cannot eat the cake of being a strategic partner while having the privilege of reckless action and loose words.
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Miffed with Narendra Modi govt’s actions against US firms, Donald Trump threatens retaliation by ending GSP
The benefit to Indian exports is very low given the already low US customs duties. The GSP is more symbolic than valuable.