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India Must Pursue A Politically Neutral Trade Deal With The US – Analysis

Eurasia Review Friday, 21 February 2020
In exploring a limited deal to dampen trade tensions, India must refrain from handing Trump a political endorsement ahead of the 2020 presidential elections.

By Kashish Parpiani

Next week, US President Donald Trump will make his maiden visit to India. The visit comes amidst trade frictions nearing a crescendo and...
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Dr. Pravin Krishna of Johns Hopkins University unpacks the term 'Indo-US' trade ahead of Donald Trump's India visit. A 101 for anyone in 4 questions and 4 answers.

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