US faces trade barriers from India, China in telecom

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The US is facing a number of trade barriers in the telecommunication sector from India and China, a top Obama administration official said.

"Barriers to trade in telecommunications-related goods and services disproportionately affect US suppliers, given our strong competitive position in these sectors," US trade representative Mike Froman said yesterday after release of the annual 1377 review report.

The Congressional mandated report details the operation and effectiveness of telecommunications trade agreements.

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