About the U.S.-India Business Council

Formed in 1975 at the request of the U.S. and Indian governments, the U.S.-India Business Council (USIBC) represents top global companies operating across the United States and India. USIBC serves as the premier voice of industry, creating connections between businesses and governments in both countries.
With flagship Washington, D.C., and New Delhi offices, as well as a presence in Mumbai, San Francisco, Chicago, Boston, and New York, the Council works with members to identify, advance and advocate for key policy priorities. Through this work, we support strong and inclusive growth in trade and investment relations between India and the United States.
USIBC is also part of U.S. Chamber of Commerce, which maintains an extensive network of more than 3,000 local and regional chambers of commerce across the United States.


The Council’s mission is to promote trade relations between India and the United States by supporting pro-growth policies and increased bilateral engagement, focusing on achieving the shared goal of $500 billion in two-way trade.

Work and Policy Priorities

The Council’s policy and advocacy work is advanced through 12 industry-focused committees – Aerospace and Defense; Banking, Private Equity & Digital Payments; Digital Economy; Energy and Environment; Food, Agriculture & Retail; Infrastructure; Legal and Professional Services; Life Sciences; Manufacturing; Media & Entertainment; Supply Chain Logistics; and Tax, Insurance & Real Estate. Policy positions are developed in collaboration with the corporate members of these committees
Current Council-wide policy advocacy priorities include the following:

For press inquiries, please contact:

Priyanka Sethi
Director of Communications
+91 9899487687 |
Level 3B, DLF Centre, Sansad Marg, Connaught Place, New Delhi – 110001, India


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