India will export mangoes to America

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Tribune News Service

New Delhi, 23 November

India and the US on Tuesday decided to take immediate steps to benefit the agricultural sectors of both the countries. The two sides also discussed plans to “develop an ambitious, shared vision for the future of the trade relationship” at the India-US Trade Policy Forum (TPF), which follows directions from US President Joe Biden and PM Narendra Modi four years later. It happened after their meeting on 24 September.

Co-chaired by Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal and US Trade Representative Catherine Tai, the meeting is expected to work with “like-minded partners” in developing secure supply chains in critical technologies including cyberspace, semiconductors, AI, 5G and 6G. was also decided.

No breakthrough in long running business issues. On restoration of low-fee access for movement of Indian goods, visas, legal, nursing and scientific personnel worth Rs 40,000 crore, both sides agreed to continue discussions.

India is ready to export mangoes and pomegranates to the US. India has also requested to allow export of table grapes and circulated issues related to export of Indian water buffalo meat and wild-caught shrimp.

To import cherries, animal feed

  • No breakthrough in long running business issues. On restoration of low-fee access for movement of Indian goods, visas, legal, nursing and scientific personnel worth Rs 40,000 crore, both sides agreed to continue discussions.
  • India agrees to import cherry and alfalfa hay for animal feed