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India should reconsider its stance against IPEF trade talks

Outlook for export growth dim unless New Delhi keeps up with competitors

| India
Joe Biden, center, Narendra Modi, right, and Fumio Kishida attend the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework launch event in Tokyo on May 23: China is not a prospective member of the group.   © Reuters

Ritesh Kumar Singh is the founder and chief executive of policy research and advisory company Indonomics Consulting in New Delhi.

To realize Prime Minister Narendra Modi's goal of tripling India's annual exports to $2 trillion within five years, the country needs as much access to overseas markets as it can get.

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