The Trump administration has said it wants to “realise the potential” of the India-US Trade relationship by supporting recent growth in aviation, energy and defence sales.
However, the US is also seeking “a level playing field” for American companies in India, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asian Affairs Alice Wells told PTI in an interview.
“While the US-India trade has more than doubled in the last decade, we are continuing to work with India to address market access issues and trade barriers to ensure a level playing field for US companies,” Wells said. Read More
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