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India, U.S. to expand farm trade, aim to resolve market access issues

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By Manoj Kumar NEW DELHI (Reuters) -India and the United States agreed on Tuesday to expand trade of some agricultural products, including U.S. cherries, alfalfa and distiller dried grains as well as Indian mangoes, grapes, shrimp and water buffalo meat. In a joint statement issued after the first U.S.-India Trade Policy Forum meeting in four years in New Delhi, the two countries’ trade ministers also discussed the possibility of restoring India’s trade benefits under the U.S. Generalized System of Preferences. The statement came as U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai ended a two-day visit…

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