India's Recent Trade Policies Put Domestic, International Growth at Risk

By leveraging its strengths (e.g., a large market and educated, largely English-speaking talent pool) to attract foreign direct investment, instead of implementing policies that force it to come to India, India may well reap the success it hopes for. Until that happens, the U.S. government must insist that India adhere to the commitments it's made in international trade agreements and allow innovative American enterprises to operate fairly and without interference.