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Business Standard: US companies ask Biden to raise concerns about Indian policies

Business Standard: US companies ask Biden to raise concerns about Indian policies July 22, 2013 By Doug Palmer More than 40 American business organisations today asked US Vice President Joe Biden, who is on a visit to India, to raise with the Indian leadership their concerns over the country's trade and intellectual property protection ...

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Reuters: U.S. business groups urge Biden to press India on concerns

Reuters: U.S. business groups urge Biden to press India on concerns July 22, 2013 By Doug Palmer U.S. business groups on Monday urged Vice President Joe Biden to press India's leaders this week to reverse course on a number of government policies they said unfairly harm U.S. companies that do business in the world's largest democracy....

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Press Release: AFTI Urges Vice President Biden to Address India’s Damaging Trade Policies for American Businesses and Innovation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jamie Hennigan (NAM) 202-637-3090| jhennigan@nam.org Trinh Nguyen (GIPC) 202-463-5379 | tnguyen@uschamber.com   AFTI Urges Vice President Biden to Address India’s Damaging Trade Policies for American Businesses and Innovation More than 40 Business Organizations Sign Letter Urging a Dialogue with ...

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The Hill: India: Actions have consequences

The Hill: India: Actions have consequences July 22, 2013 By Linda Dempsey & Mark Elliot Differences in Washington abound. But one challenge has unified the Obama Administration, Congress and the business community over the past several weeks: India’s unjustifiable discrimination against U.S. exports, intellectual property, and ...

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NY Daily News: India, US to hold dialogue on trade and investment issues

NY Daily News: India, US to Hold Dialogue on Trade and Investment Issues July 12, 2013 By Arun Kumar Washington, July 12 — With a growing trust deficit muddling their business relations, India and the United States have agreed to prepare for a policy dialogue on trade and investment issues at the ministerial level. Visiting Indian ...

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Reuters: U.S. Trade Chief Urges India to Heed U.S. Companies Complaints

Reuters: U.S. Trad Chief Urges India to Heed U.S. Companies Complaints July 11, 2013 (Reuters) - U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman urged India on Thursday to reverse course on policies that he said discriminated against American companies and that were fraying relations between the world's two largest democracies. "Let me stress ...

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Omaha World Herald: Letter to the Editor: Terry trade work appreciated

Omaha World Herald: Letter to the Editor: Terry trade work appreciated July 5, 2013 By Pat Rosenstiel, Executive Director, Trade Alliance to Promote Prosperity U.S. Rep. Lee Terry deserves a great deal of credit for chairing last week’s hearing on Capitol Hill, “A Tangle of Trade Barriers: How India’s Industrial Policy Is Hurting ...

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The Washington Monthly: Is India the Next Global Bad Boy?

The Washington Monthly: Is India the Next Global Bad Boy? July 2, 2013 By Ed Gerwin By 2030, India will be the world’s most populous country, with a projected 1.5 billion people. Its $14 billion economy will be the world’s third largest, trailing only China and the United States. The U.S. National Intelligence Council forecasts that ...

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SBE Council: Intellectual Property: Tremendous Opportunities, Serious Challenges

Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council: Intellectual Property: Tremendous Opportunities, Serious Challenges June 27, 2013 By Raymond J. Keating In recent weeks, the White House has been barraged by letters from Congress regarding trade with India. A key concern? The violation of intellectual property (IP) rights. In a June ...

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Huffington Post: Time for Secretary Kerry to Get Tough with India

Huffington Post: Time for Secretary Kerry to Get Tough with India June 27, 2013 By Robert D. Atkinson, Ph.D. Secretary of State John Kerry was in India this week for the fourth U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue. Secretary Kerry's mission is designed to enhance what has been a traditionally strong trade and diplomatic relationship between the two ...

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