*India is largest beneficiary in U.S. trade benefit program. WASHINGTON, May 14- A U.S. think tank on Tuesday recommended Congress suspend trade benefits for India, in the latest sign of U.S. frustration over Indian policies that block American exports and "free ride" on costly U.S. research to develop new medicines and other forms of valuable intellectual property.» Read More
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