The Trump Administration and the Future of the U.S.-India Bilateral Trade Relationship

29
August
Tuesday
12:00 PM
29
August
Tuesday
2:00 PM

The Trump Administration and the Future of the U.S.-India Bilateral Trade Relationship

The Trump Administration has shifted its tone on major issues of international policy and trade. In President Trump's speech last week regarding Afghanistan, he noted India's trade surplus with the U.S. and asked that the government of India provide more economic assistance to Afghanistan.  

Trade negotiators in Washington are starting a "comprehensive review" of the trade relationship between U.S. and India.  The Trump Administration has made it no secret that it plans to use accountable measures of progress in trade and commerce with all of its trading partners, and recently launched the very first 301 investigation against China.  

Please join us in New Delhi on Tuesday, August 29, 2017 to hear from USIBC Acting President Khush Choksy and Vice President Amy Hariani on how the investment and commercial relationship with India is being perceived in Washington and how, against this new backdrop, we continue to make progress in the commercial relationship.

To RSVP, please write to Rohan Sirkar (rsirkar@usibc.com).