Re-imagining US-India Ties:
Investing in Mutual Strengths

The relations between India and the U.S. are important to both nations, as well as to the Indo-Pacific region and the rest of the world. The two countries are in the spotlight on matters of globalization, trade, technology, and Asia’s stability. India and the U.S. share critical political and economic values, and there is tremendous scope for cooperation and collaboration between the two on bilateral and global trade and investment, technology development, defense, education, Indo-Pacific regional stability, and much more.

The U.S.-India relationship has grown exponentially during the past couple of decades, particularly in business. There are enormous opportunities for mutual investment and trade. India offers American companies an enormous market for consumer items, defense equipment, infrastructure, education, and technology, and the U.S. companies can tap into India’s enormous talent pool frugal production expertise. The ideological and geopolitical incentives for mutual cooperation are also vital and the two countries need to work together to support Asian political and economic freedom.

Speakers for 2019 US-India Conference

Sunil Kant Munjal

Chairman, AIMA International
Chairman, The Hero Enterprise

Sanjay Kirloskar

President-Designate, AIMA
Chairman & Managing Director, Kirloskar Brothers

T V Mohandas Pai

Chairman, Manipal Global Education Services

Preetha Reddy

Executive Vice Chairperson, Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd.

R Mukundan

Managing Director & CEO, Tata Chemicals

Vijay Shekhar Sharma

Founder & CEO, Paytm

Aditya Ghosh

CEO, India and South Asia OYO Hotels & Homes

Rekha Sethi

Director General, All India Management Association

Vikram Chandra

Founder, Editorji Technologies

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