India, US set to revive Trade Policy Forum after four years

US Trade Representative says priority is to iron out market-access restrictions

Piyush Goyal, US trade representative Katherine Tai

Piyush Goyal, US trade representative Katherine Tai

Shreya Nandi New Delhi
India and the United States (US) are set to revive the Trade Policy Forum (TPF) on Tuesday after four years, in an attempt to bolster trade and investment flows between the two nations.

US Trade Representative Katherine Tai, who is on a two-day visit to India, said she hoped to make progress in areas such as movements of goods and services between the two countries, and ironing out market access restrictions and high tariffs, and these would be taken up on priority with India.

“I believe that a revived TPF can help our trade relationship keep pace with other important aspects of the US-India partnership … at USTR we hear very frequently from our stakeholders who are not shy on

First Published: Nov 22 2021 | 9:00 PM IST

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