The United States has told India it may place curbs on the number of H-1B visas which can be issued to people from countries that insist overseas firms must store data locally.
India's domestic payments networks are gaining ground over US companies Mastercard and Visa, a few months after the two American firms complained to their government that the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was pushing a local rival.
The US is pushing India to water down its laws on localisation of data storage, with two senators claiming they would constitute key barriers to trade between the two countries.
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