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Poultry groups applaud turkey trade tariff reductions with India

By David B. Strickland Poultry Times editor dstrickland@poultrytimes.com

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WASHINGTON — U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai recently announced that India and the United States have resolved some outstanding trade disputes and tariffs on U.S. frozen whole turkeys, turkey parts and frozen duck are to be reduced.

President Joe Biden and India Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Sept. 8 in New Delhi, India, for the G20 Leader’s Summit. The two also met in June in Washington, D.C., for a state visit, during which trade tariffs were also discussed.

“Resolving this last outstanding WTO dispute represents an important milestone in the U.S.-India trade relationship, while reducing. . .

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