Peter J. Pitts

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At the recent Group of 20 Summit, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh implored American policymakers to recommit to encouraging robust growth in India and other emerging markets. It was a surprising request from a leader who has spent the past year overseeing a barrage of damaging reforms that threaten the American economy — and India’s prosperity.

India has been systematically shutting out foreign goods in an effort to prop up domestic industries. Indian officials have recklessly ignored basic intellectual-property protections, unfairly bolstering their own businesses at the expense of improved public health. America’s leaders need to make clear that a fair and open relationship benefits both India and the United States.…  Seguir leyendo »