From nuts to walnuts, why trade war with America is bad news for India and world; global commerce relies on co-operative quid pro quo
The world needs the United States of America, and there is no future without India.
Trade pacts losing relevance, protectionism is becoming driving force of contemporary global treaties
The US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s recent visit to India prior to G-20 shows the latest challenge of foreign trade treaties.
The US is set to overtake Saudi Arabia as the world's largest oil producer by 2020. And energy-hungry India is turning to America to secure its needs. It has all the makings of a win-win relationship.
Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asia, Geoffrey Pyatt, said India offered an "incredibly attractive" foreign market for US exports.
India's arms acquisition, reflected in a 150 percent increase in its defence budget over the past decade, is driven in part by a need to play catch-up with China.
A US recession is a matter of concern for India, but given the shift in trade and investment flows over the last 10 years, we will be impacted less than before.