Tasmania reacts to free trade agreement with US, but doesn’t like its final outcome
AUSTRALIA TO TAKE UP INTERNATIONAL RENTAL SYSTEM TO CARRY OUT ITS ACTIVITIES
by Richard Smith
NEW DELHI/NEW YORK, NY 바카라사이트(Reuters) – India’s government has agreed to take part in free trade talks between the United States and five European and Asian countries, including New Zealand, for the first time, a foreign ministry statement said on Monday.
Prime Minister N바카라사이트arendra Modi, who took office two years ago, promised to move swiftly on reforming India’s economy.
During his two years in office, he has done little to deliver on his election promises of a modern, high-speed rail network and an overhaul of the labor market, among other reforms.
The United States and its Asian allies are keen to promote trade deals in their region as well.
The new deal would see India provide free entry to about 150,000 Americans of Indian origin who were caught up in immigration problems when they tried to enter the United States, the Foreign Ministry said.
Some Americans who are currently here illegally have entered the United States without papers, the statement said.
The countries included in the agreement are India, Japan, China, Hong Kong and Singapore.
The agreement was signed over the weekend at a «global trade meeting» by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The statement said the deal was the «most ambitious and ambitious bilateral free trade agreement in history.»
A number of coun더킹카지노tries have already signed agreements with the United States over recent decades, and the United States has become one of the fastest-growing trade partners.
The agreement comes as Modi and the Indian ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) are preparing to hold their national general elections this year, with polls expected to show the country’s next President promising to boost infrastructure investments.
Modi is set to visit Japan on Wednesday, and to Brazil and South Korea in the coming weeks. The U.S. has been offering assistance to India in those two countries.