The US State Department said government and business leaders from the US, India and the Indo-Pacific region will exchange views through interactive discussions, covering about three broad topics.
The US State Department announced that India and the US will virtually co-host the fourth annual Indo-Pacific Business Forum in October.
The US State Department announced that India and the US will virtually co-host the fourth annual Indo-Pacific Business Forum in October. The Indo-Pacific Business Forum, now in its fourth year, is a pioneering event to promote trade, investment and economic cooperation between the United States and its partners throughout the Indo-Pacific.
From October 28, the two-day online event will be hosted by the US and India in association with the US Chamber of Commerce, Confederation of Indian Industry, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry and the US-ASEAN Business Council (USABC). Noting that the Indo-Pacific Business Forum advances a vision for an Indo-Pacific region that is free, open and inclusive.
Interactive discussion will lead to exchange of ideas
The US State Department said that government and business leaders from the US, India and the Indo-Pacific region will exchange views through interactive discussions. Around three broad themes will be organized, which include Economic Reform and Resilience, Climate Action and Digital Innovation.
Program attendees will also be able to explore regional government and business partnerships and commercial opportunities. High impact of private sector investment and government efforts to support market competition, job growth, and high-standard development for greater prosperity and economic inclusion in the Indo-Pacific, the US State Department said. will display. Also said that this program will be conducted through a secure online conferencing platform.
On Thursday, a senior US commander said that America’s partnership with India is important in the Indo-Pacific and that joint work helps provide security across the region. US Special Operations Command Commander General Richard de Klerk is on a three-day visit to India.
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