India To Push For Reviving Commercial Dialogue With US via Video-conferencing


Story by Nayanima Basu

Even as an advance team is visiting next week to finalise the agenda for President Barack Obama’s meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the one thing India has decided to push for is revival of its commercial dialogue.
The commercial dialogue, which covers defence measures, small and medium enterprises, and capacity building on Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs), was started in March 2000 and previously renewed in March 2012.

“We will request the US to restart the mechanism, as it results in a more straightforward and clear dialogue. That helps get better clarity on matters related to bilateral issues and understand each other’s systems,” a senior official told Business Standard.

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