India and United States have agreed to work in a constructive manner to come up with solutions in order to resolve key trade differences. The two nations have further looked at ways to expand their economic relationship, PTI reported the Joe Biden administration as saying.

In a phone call with India’s Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal, United States Trade Representative Catherine Tai said, as per a transcription of the call, that the two countries are set to work based on ‘shared objectives’ and highlighted further the trade and investment relation between the two nations.

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“They committed to strengthening cooperation on shared objectives and to revitalise engagement through the US-India Trade Policy Forum. They also agreed to work constructively to resolve key outstanding bilateral trade issues and to take a comprehensive look at ways to expand the trade relationship”, AFP quoted Tai as saying on Thursday regarding the telephonic conversation.

Operations in several sectors such as digital trade, intellectual property, labour and climate issues were discussed between the two sides.

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Tai had been confirmed by the US Senate a few days back.

The two will be holding their next trade policy meeting in 2021, Tai was reported as saying after the event.