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“NEW DELHI –Iran has warned it will stop crude oil supplies to India from August if its long-pending bills aren't cleared and a favorable mechanism for future payments isn't evolved, executives at two Indian refiners said Friday.”
“He continued, "Robust international trade can help us do it, and we can start by ratifying long-pending free-trade agreements with South Korea, Colombia, and Panama.”
“Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee is likely to use this budget as a step towards implementing the long-pending Goods & Services Tax.”
“Analysts said a favorable outcome would give the Congress-led federal coalition more political heft to push through long-pending reforms in the financial sector and take certain unpopular economic steps, such as raising diesel prices.”
“This Monday, Obama submitted the long-pending Colombia, Panama, and South Korea free trade agreements to Congress.”
“South Korean President Lee Myung-bak's state visit to the United States on October 13 comes on the heels of congressional approval (KoreaHerald) for a long-pending Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the two countries.”
“He was right to call for passage of the long-pending free trade agreements with South Korea, Colombia and Panama.”
“But the Indian government had held back its approval because it wanted Cairn to settle long-pending issues of royalty payment with state-run explorer Oil & Natural Gas Corp. and a tax arbitration case against the government.”
“Should immigrants who are already in line get their long-pending applications adjudicated first?”
“That means convincing trade-hostile Democrats of the merits of the long-pending bilateral trade agreements with South Korea, Colombia and Panama, which he plans to submit to Congress this month or next.”
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