US: US-India trade will double over next decade

US trade with India will double to $1.7 billion by 2025 from $1 billion in 2018, according to a new report by US-based consultancy Edelman.

The growth comes as the US-Indian relationship has grown increasingly close.

US President Donald Trump has made it a priority to boost bilateral trade between the two countries.

“It’s going to be a big deal, we’re going to see a lot of growth, particularly in the auto industry,” said Edelman India partner Shailesh Sharma.

Edelman estimates India will account for $1 trillion of the $2 trillion trade deficit between the US and India.

Edelays estimates that India will receive $4 billion in annual subsidies from the US, and the two sides will account in 2019 for $8 billion of the bilateral trade deficit.

Edels report also found that the US will pay India $2.4 billion annually in the next 10 years in trade benefits and services.

This is an increase of over $200 million a year, Edelman said.

India is also expected to increase exports to the US by $1,200 million to $3.5 billion. 

India is already the US’s largest trading partner in goods, and a large part of that trade is with the US.

According to Edelman’s latest forecast, India’s annual trade deficit with the rest of the world will grow to $2 billion by 2020.

Lexus has a flatbed truck that looks a lot like the F-150

Here’s a Lexus truck that was just revealed as the new flatbed model for its upcoming SUV.

The company is launching its new Lexus SUV, the F150, in the United States in 2018, which is the same year that the F.150 will be available to consumers in Australia.

This is a new model, though, so the company hasn’t officially announced it yet.

But Lexus said the F100 will be the first of its brand’s new models to come to the US.

And if you’re wondering how it came to be in Australia, it’s the same way the F80 was designed.

The F-100 will use a flat bed design that’s slightly different from the F1 that launched earlier this year.

But that doesn’t mean it’s any less of a beast.

Read more here.

The flatbed is equipped with a 5.8-liter V-8 engine with a six-speed manual transmission and a top speed of 155 mph.

Its rear wheels are also a bit longer than the F10’s, but the car’s front wheels are a bit wider.

The driver will be able to get an extra 1,000 pounds of forward weight capacity by adding a rear-axle.

The front and rear fenders are made of carbon fiber, and the front and back doors are aluminum.

Lexus also said the vehicle’s suspension will be upgraded.

The vehicle will feature an adaptive damping system that lets the driver adjust the ride height, handling, and ride height response.

It will also feature a rear cross-drilled rotorshaft that’s optimized for low speeds and will have an optimized damping pattern for lower speeds.

The wheels are made from 245/40R18 aluminum with the rear hub of the F50 version coming in at 7.4 inches and the fender tips at 3.3 inches.

The Lexus F150 will feature a front and side trunk that will fold down to an impressive 15.4 cubic feet and feature a built-in luggage rack.

The interior of the vehicle will be similar to the F90 version, except the driver can now have the ability to change the seating position with a single click.

It’ll be available in two models: the standard F150 and the sportier F100.

Both models will have a price tag of $30,000.

Lexis said it will be launching the F110 SUV in Australia in early 2018, and it plans to launch its F-series SUV in the U.S. in late 2018.