Indian Nuclear Market Slippery, But Within US' Grasp

Law360, New York (December 16, 2009, 4:16 PM EST) -- While a U.S.-India nuclear deal could mean a veritable bonanza for U.S-based companies in the nuclear sector, regulatory hurdles on the parts of both countries and steep competition from other countries could hinder American efforts to enter the Indian market, according to experts.

The U.S. played an instrumental role in opening the nuclear market in India, successfully petitioning the multinational Nuclear Suppliers Group in September 2008 to grant India a waiver under a rule that forbids nuclear trade with countries that have not signed the Nuclear...
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