Indo-U.S trade could cross $100 Billion by end 2012

September 2012
Siliconindia;Sep2012, p10
The article reports that trade between the U.S. and India has increased by 40 percent since the launch of India-U.S. Strategic Dialogue by U.S. president Barack Obama's Administration three years ago and is expected to exceed the 100 billion dollars mark in 2012.


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