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U.S.-India Business Council President Nisha Biswal speaks on how businesses are responding and adapting to COVID-19

With 2019 coming to a close, we wanted to share some of the highlights from the U.S.-India Business Council’s events and advocacy over the past year. From our engagements with both U.S. and Indian governments, to our work to connect cities and states, to our most dynamic India Ideas Summit yet, it’s been an incredible 12 months. And we’re not done yet.

USIBC President Nisha Biswal talks to the Hindu Business Line on the sidelines of USIBC’s 2018 India Ideas Summit about the state of the U.S.-India relations and the Council’s engagement on trade issues.

Congratulatory message from USIBC VP Amy Hariani for the launch of WE Hub headquarters in Hyderabad

The Indo-Pacific has emerged as a critical engine for growth, with Asian economies projected to create 50% of global GDP in the coming decades. To realize that potential, the countries of the Indo-Pacific will need to attract nearly $26 trillion in capital to fund their energy and infrastructure needs. The United States will be a critical player in both investing the capital, and building the technology and infrastructure that the region requires.  The Indo-Pacific also represents one of the most important and fastest-growing markets for U.S. goods and services.

The INDO-PACIFIC BUSINESS FORUM will bring together key U.S. Cabinet Secretaries and senior leaders from government and business to discuss how government tools and policies can facilitate private sector partnerships to unleash the full potential of the Indo-Pacific region.

The Forum will also include the announcement of several initiatives in sectors such as energy, infrastructure, and the digital economy.

For more information or sponsorship opportunities, please contact Jasjit Singh at jsingh@uschamber.com.

If interested in attending please contact Kelsey Cadden at kcadden@uschamber.com or 202.463.5924.

Credentialed members of the media are invited to attend. To register, email press@uschamber.com or call 202-463-5682.