The July 2018 Indo-Pacific Business Forum reaffirmed U.S. government economic efforts to advance President Trump’s vision of a free and open Indo-Pacific including Access Asia, Asia EDGE (Enhancing Economic Development and Growth through Energy), the Infrastructure Transaction Assistance Network (ITAN) and the Digital Connectivity and Cybersecurity Partnership (DCCP). The Indo-Pacific includes all nations and territories from the west coast of India to the west coast of the United States. U.S. companies contribute to this vision by expanding their Indo-Pacific commercial presence through investment and increased exports of goods and services. This site features U.S. government resources and activities that support U.S. companies pursuing the Indo-Pacific region.
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Access Asia is a strategic outreach program that gives ready-to-export U.S. companies access to U.S. Commercial Service diplomats from Embassies and Consulates throughout Asia with knowledge of sector specific, actionable opportunities in key Asian markets.
The U.S.-India State Spotlight Series highlights trade and investment opportunities in U.S. and Indian states and provides a platform for industry to engage directly with state government officials on priority commercial issues. The State Spotlight Series is hosted jointly by the U.S. Department of Commerce and the Ministry of Commerce and Industry of the Government of India with the goal of promoting subnational trade and investment ties between the United States and India.
- The White House
President Donald J. Trump’s Administration is Advancing a Free and Open Indo-Pacific
- Department of Commerce
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross Announces Programs to Increase U.S. Commercial Engagement in the Indo-Pacific Region
- Department of State
Remarks on "America's Indo-Pacific Economic Vision"
Who to contact for questions and inquiries about the Indo-Pacific region.