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India Trade Mission: Day 2 - Promoting U.S.-India Business Partnerships

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Secretary Bryson rides New Delhi's new Metro Airport Express line

Secretary John Bryson promoted partnerships between U.S. and Indian businesses as he discussed the U.S.-India trade relationship during meetings with several Indian government officials in New Delhi today, the second day of his five-day trade mission to India.

“It’s clear that if American and Indian businesses work together, we can build India’s infrastructure in a way that brings inclusive growth, greater prosperity, and job creation in both countries,” Bryson said. “U.S. companies stand ready to help meet India’s infrastructure development objectives, provided our firms have market access for both goods and services.”

In the morning, Secretary Bryson gave remarks at a breakfast sponsored by the American Chamber of Commerce and U.S.-India Business Council. Bryson reaffirmed the U.S. commitment to working with the Indian government to level the playing field for U.S. firms, thereby helping to pave the way for more commercial collaborations.

Bryson and the delegation participated in a GEMS/infrastructure-focused GEMS hosted by the Indo-American Chamber of Commerce. The discussion focused on infrastructure procurement and investment opportunities in states and GEMS cities involved in the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project. He said one of his most important goals this week is to gain a better understanding of the full commercial potential of India’s many regions. Bryson traveled to the airport on the new Metro Airport Express Line (photo)–an example of New Delhi's growing infrastructure sector–to fly to Jaipur, where he will see DMIC projects first hand.  Full release

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U.S. Commerce Secretary John Bryson promoted partnerships between U.S. and Indian businesses as he discussed the U.S.-India trade relationship during meetings with several Indian government officials in New Delhi today, the second day of his five-day trade mission to India.

 

“It’s clear that if American and Indian businesses work together, we can build India’s infrastructure in a way that brings inclusive growth, greater prosperity, and job creation in both countries,” Bryson said. “U.S. companies stand ready to help meet India’s infrastructure development objectives, provided our firms have market access for both goods and services.”

 

In the morning, Secretary Bryson gave remarks at a breakfast sponsored by the American Chamber of Commerce and U.S.-India Business Council. Bryson reaffirmed the U.S. commitment to working with the Indian government to level the playing field for U.S. firms, thereby helping to pave the way for more commercial collaborations.

 

Following the breakfast, Secretary Bryson met with a number of high-level government officials, including Minister of Power Sushil Kumar Shinde and Minister of Civil Aviation Ajit Singh. During the meetings, Bryson highlighted U.S. industry’s interest in participating in India’s infrastructure development and spotlighted investment opportunities in Growth in Emerging Metropolitan Sectors (GEMS) cities involved in the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project.

 

Bryson and the delegation participated in a GEMS/infrastructure-focused roundtable hosted by the Indo-American Chamber of Commerce. The discussion focused on infrastructure procurement and investment opportunities in states and GEMS cities involved in the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project. He said one of his most important goals this week is to gain a better understanding of the full commercial potential of India’s many regions. Bryson traveled to the airport on the new Metro Airport Express Line – an example of New Delhi's growing infrastructure sector – to fly to Jaipur, where he will see DMIC projects first hand. 

American Chamber of Commerce in India hosts Secretary Bryson for a breakfast speech and discussion Secretary Bryson met with his Indian counterpart, Minister of Commerce Anand SharmaSecretary Bryson met with his Indian counterpart, Minister of Commerce Anand Sharma Secretary Bryson getting mic-ed up before his interview with India's CNBC18 Secretary Bryson meeting with Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission Montek Singh Ahluwalia Secretary Bryson "drives" the Delhi Metro Secretary Bryson taking questions while riding the Delhi Metro Secretary Bryson at the Gandhi Smriti Secretary Bryson meeting with Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh Secretary Bryson at the Red Fort Secretary Bryson touring the Red Fort Secretary Bryson touring the mosque at Lodi Gardens. Striking architecture mixing different eras and styles U.S. Trade Development Agency signings at the FICCI event in Delhi

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