In the first week of November 2022, as The Hindu Times reported, the United States and India will host the U.S.-India Trade Policy Forum (TPF) in Washington, D.C.  India, according to a recent report by the Congressional Research Service, is the United States’ 11th largest bilateral trading partner. But, with an economy that ranks third globally in terms of purchasing power parity, the potential for enhanced growth in trade between the U.S. and India is monumental.  One area likely to be discussed during the upcoming Trade Policy Forum is the potential for growth in trade for digital goods and services between the U.S. and India. However, recent competition policy law changes in India may complicate those discussions.  What’s new In August 2022, the Lok Sabha, India’s Parliament, took up legislation to amend the country’s Competition Act of 2002. This legislation, the Competition (Amendment) Bill, 2022, represents a mixed bag o

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