restores concessions for some exports
President George.W.Bush has restored duty-free access for some export
commodities from India & Pakistan to the U.S.citing progress on
intellectual property & worker rights.
Mr.Bush issued a Proclamation to this effect expressing satisfaction
with the two countries' intellectual property protection & resumed
Generalised system of Preference(GSP) from some exports from India
President Bush has determined that India has made progress in providing
adequate and effective protection of IP rights.Accordingly,the suspension
of India's duty-free treatment for certain articles under the GSP
Mr Bush also felt that Pakistan had taken or is taking steps to bring
into practice internationally recognised worker rights for its workers,and
was therefore restoring Pakistan's eligibility for certain articles.