'Obama's visit to focus on pushing U.S. exports'

Thursday, 28 October 2010, 17:33 Hrs
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Washington: Ahead of U.S. President Barack Obama's visit to India, the government here has said that it is looking at the country as a big market for American exports and expects several commercial deals during his stay.

Officials here said that Obama is expected to focus on removal of barriers to U.S. exports and for greater American participation in the Indian market to create jobs back home.

"I think one of the major themes...the President is likely to emphasise is that...India is also a tremendous market, potential market, for U.S. exports and a source of investment back in the U.S.," Deputy National Security Advisor Mike Froman told reporters yesterday at White House briefing.
Source: PTI
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