February 22, 2020
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Hard Bargain

Outsourcing is becoming a major bargaining chip for US policy heads who want India to...

Hard Bargain

  • Reach common ground on agriculture issues from the Doha Round

  • Reduce domestic subsidies that distort production of agriculture products

  • Ease entry of FDI inflows by removing irritable restrictions like FIPB’s Clause 18

  • Reduce the $9 billion trade deficit, which is increasing by the day

  • Further lower tariffs on non-agricultural goods by removing additional duties

  • Raise or do away with FDI caps in several sectors

  • Fulfil subsidy-reduction commitments in other products like liquid petroleum

  • Tilt more towards a pro-IPR regime and pass the Patents Amendment bill
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