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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 Rob Atkinson, President, ITIF 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 ...

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The Times Tribune: Pennsylvania companies need advocate in talks with India

The Times Tribune: Pennsylvania companies need advocate in talks with India June 24, 2013 By Patrick Rosenstiel As Secretary of State John Kerry travels to India this month to represent U.S. interests at the 4th Indo-U.S. Strategic Dialogue, I echo Sen. Bob Casey's recent statement urging Mr. Kerry to confront the government of India on its ...

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Business Journal: Business Groups Ask Obama To Get Tough With India Over Unfair Trade Practices

Business Journal: Business Groups Ask Obama To Get Tough With India Over Unfair Trade Practices June 18, 2013 By Kent Hoover Fourteen business groups have joined forces to form the Alliance for Fair Trade with India in response to Indian policies that discriminate against U.S. exporters in favor of home-grown businesses. They want Presid...

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UPDATE 1-U.S. business groups complain about India trade practices

(Reuters) - Leading U.S. business groups on Wednesday urged PresidentBarack Obama to act against what they said were "unacceptable" Indian trade practices that have hurt U.S. exports in areas ranging frompharmaceuticals to electronics. The National Association of Manufacturers and other business groups expressed their concerns in a ...

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Local sourcing obligation to apply to private telecom operators too

India's telecommunications ministry will exclude all foreign telecom equipment vendors, including Huawei and ZTE, from supplying gear for its national optic fiber network project.

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IWF: Protecting Intellectual Property: A Key to Growth and Progress

Independent Women's Forum: Protecting Intellectual Property: A Key to Growth and Progress June 4, 2013 By Carrie Lukas When lamenting the causes of our economic woes—over-regulation, high taxes, uncertainty about the business climate—most analysts overlook the role of threats to intellectual property rights.  Yet the impact is very ...

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India might be America’s next big trade problem

India's telecommunications ministry will exclude all foreign telecom equipment vendors, including Huawei and ZTE, from supplying gear for its national optic fiber network project.

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India’s Solution To Drug Costs: Ignore Patents And Control Prices – Except For Home Grown Drugs

India's telecommunications ministry will exclude all foreign telecom equipment vendors, including Huawei and ZTE, from supplying gear for its national optic fiber network project.

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U.S. Initiates WTO Proceedings in Indian Solar Dispute

India's telecommunications ministry will exclude all foreign telecom equipment vendors, including Huawei and ZTE, from supplying gear for its national optic fiber network project.

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U.S. Slams India’s ‘Discriminatory’ Rules For Solar Modules

India's telecommunications ministry will exclude all foreign telecom equipment vendors, including Huawei and ZTE, from supplying gear for its national optic fiber network project.

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