After pork, the United States now wants India to open its market to cherries and alfalfa hay


Washington: After pork, the Joe Biden administration wants India to open its market to cherries and alfalfa hay, the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) told Congress in its latest annual report.

Due to the successful revitalization of the U.S.-India Trade Policy Forum, India agreed in December 2021 to allow imports of U.S. pork into India, removing a long-standing barrier to trade American agriculture, he said.

In 2022, the USTR will continue to work with India to finalize market access for cherries and alfalfa hay, the USTR said.

In its report, the USTR said that in coordination with the Treasury Department, it will monitor the implementation of the removal of India’s DST as foreseen in Pillar 1 and the transitional approach agreed by the India.

The Annual Report, President Biden’s 2022 Trade Policy Agenda, and the 2021 Annual Report to Congress delivered by USTR Ambassador Katherine Trai detail the USTR’s work to implement the USTR’s trade priorities. Biden administration and advancing a worker-centered trade policy.

President Biden believes the United States is at its best when we lead on the world stage to deliver economic prosperity and growth to our citizens and communities, Trai said.

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