India, US Make The Right Moves To Improve Trade Ties

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At a recent event held in New Delhi, minister of commerce and industry Piyush Goyal stated he was eyeing an ambitious bilateral, trade target of trillion dollars between India and the United States by 2030. Currently, that number is ~$150 billion.

Goyal stated that “posterity would hold us responsible for not getting these two democracies together”, and that it behoved Washington and New Delhi with their shared democratic values, the diaspora connect…

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Akshobh Giridharadas

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A journalist by profession. He writes about business & finance, geopolitics, sports & tech news. He is a TEDx & Toastmasters speaker. Follow him @Akshobh

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