US President Donald Trump could visit India in February with both sides reportedly discussing possible dates. In June 2019, the USA cancelled India's preferential export "GSP" status, and the government hopes Mr. Trump will announce a revocation of that decision during the visit. There has been no official confirmation about this from either side so far.
PM Modi had phoned President Trump on January 7 to express New Year greetings and said that India-US ties "have grown from strength to strength". India may be a different deal given that there is little daylight between Washington and New Delhi over strategic and security matters notwithstanding differences on trade issues. New Delhi hopes the US President will revoke the cancelling of India's preferential trade status or "Generalized System of Preference (GSP)" status. Moneycontrol could not independently verify the report.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, seeking to build close ties with Washington, had previously invited Trump to attend India's annual Republic Day parade later this month, but the USA officials said it would clash with the president's State of the Union address. The trial is expected to commence this week and would determine whether Trump would be removed from office or not.
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Late past year, Trump joined Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a massive gathering of Indian-Americans in Houston, in a symbolic show of the bond between the two leaders and countries.
However, Trump had turned down the invitation citing scheduling constraints and the dates clashing with the annual State of the Union address. The Modi government will also have to weigh what IT can present to the Indian public beyond a demanding American President who only takes but does not give. In contrast, his predecessor Barack Obama went south of the border five times and north of the border thrice in his two terms; Obama also visited India twice.