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Morning Consult: U.S. India Strategic and Commercial Dialogue Must Be a Two-Way Street

Morning Consult U.S. India Strategic and Commercial Dialogue Must Be a Two-Way Street SEPTEMBER 23, 2015 By: LINDA DEMPSEY AND PATRICK KILBRIDE   http://morningconsult.com/opinions/u-s-india-strategic-and-commercial-dialogue-must-be-a-two-way-street/   Top government officials from India and the United States gathered in ...

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The Hill: Lawmakers urge ‘ambitious new goals’ for trade with India

September 21, 2015 By Vicki Needham  http://thehill.com/policy/finance/254451-lawmakers-urge-ambitious-new-goals-for-trade-with-india Key members of the House and Senate are urging the Obama administration to address trade barriers with India. Four lawmakers — Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), ranking member ...

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Business Standard: US lambasts India on IPR, trade policies

Business Standard US lambasts India on IPR, trade policies Alleges that it is adversely impacting American firms present in the country May 6, 2015  By: Nayanima Basu  http://www.business-standard.com/article/economy-policy/us-lambasts-india-on-ipr-trade-policies-115050600860_1.html US industry has once again lambasted the ...

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Times of India: One Reason Startups are Moving Out of India

By: Evelyn Fok & Varun Aggarwal April 10, 2015 http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/tech/tech-news/One-reason-startups-are-moving-out-of-India/articleshow/46877840.cms BENGALURU: Prime Minister Narendra Modi says Make in India. But anyone who wants to, finds that their intellectual property is valued much more if the patent is filed in ...

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Bloomberg BNA: Trade Groups Hope Obama’s India Trip Leads to Stronger Bilateral Trade Ties

Bloomberg BNA Trade Groups Hope Obama's India Trip Leads to Stronger Bilateral Trade Ties January 22, 2015 By Lenore T. Adkins Jan. 22 (BNA) -- President Barack Obama's historic trip to India next week is further evidence of renewed engagement between the two countries, which means the time to enhance the U.S.-India trade relationship is ...

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Press Trust of India: Business environment in India quite different today: GIPC

Press Trust of India Business environment in India quite different today: GIPC January 23, 2015 The business environment in India is quite different today from before and there is "180 degree change" in the Government's efforts to engage in a dialogue with the international private sector on trade issues, a top US business community has ...

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Politico

Politico January 23, 2015 THEY LOVE MODI NOW, BUT WILL IT LAST?  After years of grumbling about India’s trade and intellectual property practices, U.S. business groups are sounding much more optimistic ahead of President Barack Obama’s visit to the world’s largest democracy, all due to one man — Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. ...

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The Hill: India’s Republic Day should bring action toward trade reform

The Hill India’s Republic Day should bring action toward trade reform January 24, 2015 By Patrick Kilbride and Chris Moore Next week, President Obama will travel to New Delhi as Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s chief guest for India’s Republic Day celebration. The invitation is the first ever extended to a U.S. head of state and ...

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The Hindustan Times: The PM must walk the talk on FDI

The PM must walk the talk on FDIRod Hunter The Hindustan TimesSeptember 18, 2014In Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Independence Day speech, he called on international businesses to deepen their investment in India. He’s right to focus on foreign direct investment (FDI), but fundamental to India’s ability to attract more capital will be ...

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The Wall Street Journal: Modi Revs Up Reform

The Wall Street Journal Modi Revs Up Reform The New PM begins to challenge India's old government ways. August 19, 2014 Narendra Modi has had a fitful start as India's prime minister, vowing major reform but sending mixed messages by killing a modest global trade deal. The Modi who won a landslide in May as an economic reformer was on ...

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