The Commerce Minister of India, Piyush Goyal, recently addressed a gathering at a roundtable hosted by USIBC, part of the US Chamber of Commerce, and Nasdaq. In this gathering, attended by United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai and Indian Ambassador to India, US Taranjit Singh Sandhu, Goyal spoke about the strategic relations between the USA and India and how their deepening engagement in trade is reaping mutual benefits.
In a recent tweet, Goyal said, “Addressed an industry gathering at the USISPForum reception in Washington, DC, along with U.S. Trade Representative, AmbassadorTai, spoke about the deepening of India-US trade engagement and the tremendous opportunities that lie ahead for both nations.”
The official statement, post-meet, read, “India and US relations have been at an all-time high. In addition to strong bilateral relations, we are working closely under platforms such as Quad, I2-U2, IPEF, etc. There are endless possibilities everywhere, from semiconductors to infrastructure, healthcare manufacturing innovation, renewables to defense, and so on. I am confident that the US industry will make use of these opportunities to grow in India and grow with India.”