U.S. Department of Commerce High Technology Mission to India
Grow your High Tech Sales in India
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke will lead a High Technology Business Development Mission to New Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai that will highlight export opportunities for U.S. businesses in a broad range of advanced industrial sectors: civil-nuclear trade, defense and security, civil aviation, and information and communications. This mission advances President Obama’s National Export Initiative which aims to double U.S. exports within five years, support economic growth and create jobs.
An Incredible Business Opportunity
The Department of Commerce recognizes that while there a number of U.S. companies that have been successful in India, some companies need assistance negotiating the Indian market to take advantage of the great opportunities that exist. The Mission will assist U.S. businesses initiate or expand their exports to India by making business-to-business introductions, providing market access information, and facilitating access to government decision makers.
U.S. Exports to India are Growing. The Indian market represents a great opportunity for U.S. companies and remains one of the fastest growing, largest, and most dynamic economies in the world. This year, two-way trade in goods could reach $50 billion.
Economic Growth is Supported by High Tech Industries. U.S. exports are up 17.5% through the first eight months of this year and are on target to surpass $19 billion in 2010, which would be an all-time high. U.S. exports to India were $16.4 billion in 2009. Advanced technologies, including aerospace, specialized materials, information and communications technologies, electronics and flexible manufacturing systems underpinned this growth.
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