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The U.S.-India Business Council connects the two largest democracies in the world and inspires sustainable solutions to business challenges – both local and global.
The U.S.-India Business Council aims to create an inclusive bilateral trade environment between India and the United States by serving as the voice of industry, linking governments to businesses, and supporting long-term commercial partnerships that will nurture the spirit of entrepreneurship, create jobs, and successfully contribute to the global economy.
We make business between the United States and India easier, more efficient, and more profitable.
Maximizing the Next 75 Years of U.S.–India Prosperity: September 6-7, 2022 in New Delhi
USIBC works with members to identify and advance key policy priorities, leveraging U.S.-India Business council executive committee meetings, multilateral consultations and sector-focused discussions with public and private stakeholders.
USIBC facilitates meetings between members and key policymakers in the U.S. and Indian governments, as well as offering introductions and networking opportunities within our membership.
USIBC policy experts provide members with sector-specific analysis of breaking events and broader trends in the U.S.-India commercial relationship.
USIBC organizes roundtables and business summits featuring heads of states from India and the United States, members of the U.S. Congress, members of the Indian Parliament, and notable influencers in the U.S.-India commercial corridor.
Focus To Be on Maximizing the Next 75 Years of U.S.– India Prosperity
India is projected to be among the youngest, largest, and fastest growing economies, boasting scalable research capacity and an enormous talent pool. With the right pro-innovation policy reforms, India could become a global R&D capital.
Over the past 75 years, India has emerged as the fastest growing large economy in the world, and the partnership between the United States and India has grown to be predominately characterized by alignment in objectives, values, and vision.
Ambassador (ret.) Atul Keshap offered a briefer to the House Foreign Affairs Committee on developing an Indo-Pacific economic framework. He focuses on how the U.S. and India can forge a free-world supply chain and the need for democracies to work together in this period of geopolitical flux.
Ambassador Keshap to lead the U.S.-India Business Council as President
The Chamber’s U.S.-UK Business Council welcomes the opportunity to provide Her Majesty’s Government (“HMG”) with comments in response to the consultation on reforming competition and consumer policy. We welcome further opportunities to discuss this input with colleagues from BEIS and other UK Government agencies as these proposals are considered in the coming weeks and months.
Please find our comments attached.