XXXIX, No 2, 25/01/2021
‘Congressional Research Service’ outlines India’s “forced” localisation practices
The Congressional Research Service, a nonpartisan public policy research institute of Congress, has published a report on U.S.-India Trade Relations. The report focuses on what the U.S. sees as Indian trade barriers. The report notes that the U.S. continues to press India to address its “forced” localisation practices, such as in-country data storage, domestic content, and domestic testing requirements.