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Nuclear deal needs damage control

House and Senate negotiators plan to unveil the reconciled versions of the Indian nuclear bill today, but India has been threatening not to accept the final version. Miranda Kennedy reports.
Posted In: Canada, Washington

Driving terrorism from the Philippines

The U.S. is investing hundreds of millions of dollars in the Philippines in hopes of derailing efforts by militant insurgents to recruit from its sizable Muslim population. Miranda Kennedy reports.
Posted In: Canada

Edging into India

India has been slow to respond to overtures by U.S. businesses trying to capitalize on its fast-growing market, but it may be opening up to investors in some industries. Miranda Kennedy reports.
Posted In: Canada

India getting cold feet

The U.S. is prepared to finalize a bill would allow American companies to sell civilian nuclear technology to India, but now India's wavering over some concessions in the final version. Miranda Kennedy reports.
Posted In: Canada

Bringing cheaper HIV drugs to India

Former president Bill Clinton announced that his negotiated significantly cheaper HIV treatment for children in India, home to the world's largest HIV-positive population. Miranda Kennedy reports.
Posted In: Canada, Health

Seeking new markets in India

The largest-ever U.S. trade delegation is in India this week looking for opportunities in world's second-fastest growing economy. New to the game: nuclear power and defense industry companies. Miranda Kennedy reports.
Posted In: Canada

Subsidy is the problem

Commentator David Frum says boosting loans to college students amounts to a government subsidy for academia.

Getting serious about India

The largest-ever U.S. trade delegation has landed in India. Representatives from almost 200 American companies are attending a summit on doing business there. Miranda Kennedy reports.
Posted In: Canada

Wal-Mart expansion marches on

Some are questioning Wal-Mart's strategy at home following news of a November sales drop. But the retail giant has found a way to break through a little red tape — and into India's fast-growing consumer market.
Posted In: Canada

Wal-Mart breaks into India

There's news today that the world's largest retailer may soon open stores in India — but it could be under a different name. Miranda Kennedy explains.
Posted In: Canada

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