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Prof K Nageshwar: Kem ChhUS Presidento Trump: Will You Give Or Take (Video)

         కేం చో ట్రంప్: కఠినం, కష్టం, తిక్క || Kem Cho Trump: Will You Give Or Take ||

The optics of Trump’s visit may be all smiles and waves, but India shouldn’t forget that he is a tough negotiator on trade
Unlike other global leaders who enjoy the pomp and circumstance of making state visits, US President Donald Trump is a reluctant traveller. But he seems to be looking forward to his India visit, describing it with typical Trumpian hyperbole and saying Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s already pledged to have, “five-million-to-seven-million people between the airport and the stadium” in Ahmedabad. Trump’s also excited about the rally at the new Motera cricket stadium, which has the world’s biggest seating capacity. With the 2020 elections looming and a large Indian-American population at home, he’s seeing this as his “Howdy Trump!” moment that will ‘trump’ all previous US presidential visits. The Ahmedabad rally is tentatively called ‘kem chho Trump’ or ‘how are you, Trump?’, clearly harking back to the “Howdy Modi” rally. But the optics of the rally may not be enough to paper over differences between negotiators with the US last year stripping India of its “developing country” tag, meaning Indian exports can’t have duty-free US entry. The US argues that any country with over 0.5 per cent of global trade and also a G20 member, is “developed.” Talks are also stumbling on US demands for India to grant more access to its farm products. Already, farmers’ bodies are demanding that India not cede an inch to the US on agriculture. The dairy sector is particularly worried about allowing in US produce which they argue is subsidised massively.
https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/opinion/editorial/trumps-india-vist-rallies-and-realpolitik/article30812620.ece

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Prof K Nageshwar:  Kem ChhUS Presidento Trump: Will You Give Or Take (Video)
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కేం చో ట్రంప్: కఠినం, కష్టం, తిక్క || Kem Cho Trump: Will You Give Or Take || The optics of Trump’s visit may be all smiles and waves, but India shouldn’t forget that he is a tough negotiator on trade Unlike other global leaders who enjoy the pomp and circumstance of making state visits, US President Donald Trump is a reluctant traveller. But he seems to be looking forward to his India visit, describing it with typical Trumpian hyperbole and saying Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s already pledged to have, “five-million-to-seven-million people between the airport and the stadium” in Ahmedabad. Trump’s also excited about the rally at the new Motera cricket stadium, which has the world’s biggest seating capacity. With the 2020 elections looming and a large Indian-American population at home, he’s seeing this as his “Howdy Trump!” moment that will ‘trump’ all previous US presidential visits. The Ahmedabad rally is tentatively called ‘kem chho Trump’ or ‘how are you, Trump?’, clearly harking back to the “Howdy Modi” rally. But the optics of the rally may not be enough to paper over differences between negotiators with the US last year stripping India of its “developing country” tag, meaning Indian exports can’t have duty-free US entry. The US argues that any country with over 0.5 per cent of global trade and also a G20 member, is “developed.” Talks are also stumbling on US demands for India to grant more access to its farm products. Already, farmers’ bodies are demanding that India not cede an inch to the US on agriculture. The dairy sector is particularly worried about allowing in US produce which they argue is subsidised massively. https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/opinion/editorial/trumps-india-vist-rallies-and-realpolitik/article30812620.ece

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