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May 07, 2019
US wants India to eliminate trade barriers for American companies: Commerce Secretary Wilbur RossThe US wants India to eliminate trade barriers for American companies and remove restrictions with regard to data localisation to cut the cost of doing business, visiting US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said on Tuesday
Mar 12, 2019
Secretary of State Michael Pompeo reaffirms US support to India in anti-terrorism fight in meeting with Foreign Secretary Vijay GokhaleUnited States Secretary of State Michael R Pompeo met Indian Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale on Monday and reaffirmed US support to India in its fight against terrorism.
Feb 23, 2018
Trade friction heats up: US tell India to cut tariffs after Delhi's move to increase customs dutiesThe US Congress has been pushing over the past year for greater pressure on India to dismantle economic barriers, and now House Republicans have raised the issue of the new round of duties with New Delhi.
Jul 29, 2016
US requests WTO to let it impose an annual fine of $450 mn on IndiaThe US argued that India’s policy towards American poultry imports were discriminatory and violated WTO rules.
Feb 13, 2014
US-India trade groups cautions Washington against anti-India stepsIn the midst of a virtual trade war against India, a key US trade group is cautioning Washington to avoid unnecessary steps that would threaten US-India relations and a shared, vibrant knowledge economy.
Feb 11, 2014
After solar policy issue, US reiterates trade potential with IndiaEven as the US dragged India to the WTO on the alleged discriminatory solar policy, the Obama Administration has reiterated its commitment to ensure that bilateral trade reaches its full potential.
Jul 22, 2013
Biden will focus on trade and strategic relations on India tripU.S. Vice President Joe Biden arrives in India on Monday on a visit aimed at boosting trade and strengthening strategic relations as Washington pursues its new Asia-Pacific policy