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It was not just US-China trade that was in focus: The rhetoric between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Trump also intensified after the former levied tariffs on 28 US imports in retaliation for India having lost its most-favored-nation status in the US.
Congress to extend the most-favored-nation status annually for Romania.
Both countries designated the other with most-favored-nation status. India on the other hand, followed a non-alignment policy, refraining from aligning with either the Soviet Union or the United States.
An example is President Nixon's proposal to grant most-favored-nation status to the Soviet Union during the 1970s.
Dumbaugh, Kerry (1991), China--US Relations and Most-Favored-Nation Status: Issues and Options for Congress (CRS Report for Congress-91-524 F, July 5,1991), Washington DC: Congressional Research Service.
Joint support for TAPI could -- along with enhanced trade through most-favored-nation status and liberalized visa regimes for business people -- support an effort by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to enhance political ties through commercial opportunities.
The United States welcomed the Government of Pakistan's plans to extend most-favored-nation status to India by the end of the year.
Topics addressed by the volume's 11 chapters include sources of international investment law; the role of soft law in international law; the effectiveness of soft law instruments in international investment law; soft law instruments in environmental, commercial, and GATT/WTO law as potential models; learned lessons from the evolution of investment protection based on public international law treaties; and the relative "ripeness" for codification of principles of expropriation and most-favored-nation status.
In 1987, former US ambassador to Romania David Funderburk asserted in his book Pinstripes and Reds" that the US Department of State had been deceived into giving Romania Most-Favored-Nation status and that US diplomats had been hoodwinked by Ceausescu to believe the false pretense of Romania's independence from Moscow.
The context for the meeting and the remarks, Beckerman explained, was the Jackson-Vanik Amendment, which was then a proposal (it was passed the next year) that linked most-favored-nation status in trade deals with the potential trade partner's emigration policies.
At a recent Woodrow Wilson Center event on Capitol Hill, Moskalenko expressed ambivalence about the prospect of Russia's graduation from the strictures of the Jackson-Vanik Amendment, which denies most-favored-nation status in trade relations to certain states characterized by nonmarket economies and restrictive emigration policies.
Congress inserted itself into this debate with passage of the Jackson-Vanik amendment, signed into law by President Gerald Ford on January 3, 1975, which denied most-favored-nation status to countries that restricted emigration.