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Building Business Connections in the Indo-Pacific
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The Indo-Pacific Region

According to the White House, trade with the Indo-Pacific region supports more than three million American jobs and is the source of nearly $900 billion in U.S.-bound foreign direct investment in 2020. With 60 percent of the world’s population, the Indo-Pacific region is projected to be the largest contributor to global growth over the next 30 years.

Since February 9, 2022, the International Trade Administration has assisted over 10,000 companies and facilitated approximately $109 billion in U.S. exports and inward investment supporting close to 337,000 American jobs across the Indo-Pacific region.

The Indo-Pacific region is essential to ensure future prosperity, economic security, and the ability to address global challenges. The U.S. regional strategy embraces an affirmative agenda focused on: Better aligning with like-minded allies and partners, competing to protect U.S. interests and values, and investing in our strengths at home.  

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The Indo-Pacific Strategy of the United States
The United States is determined to strengthen its long-term position in and commitment to the Indo-Pacific. The Biden-Harris Administration will focus on every regional corner from Northeast Asia and Southeast Asia to South Asia and Oceania and the Pacific Islands.
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On March 12, on the margins of the Trade Winds ASEAN Business Forum in Bangkok, ITA launched the Export  Markets to  Provide Opportunities  for Women to Economically Rise (EMPOWER Asia) initiative that supports ITA’s priority of women’s economic empowerment with programming focused on better understanding the challenges faced by women-owned businesses across the United States, Asia and the Pacific.
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Identify New Indo-Pacific Markets
The Market Diversification Tool can help identify potential new export markets using your current trade patterns. Based on the products you export and the markets you currently export to, the tool uses an algorithm to rank potential markets you may want to consider as future export markets.
Pacific Island Countries and South Asia Expansion
The U.S. Department of Commerce expanded its presence to include new commercial offices in Fiji, Papua New Guinea, and Bangladesh. With that, a commercial advisor position at United States Indo-Pacific Command (USINDOPACOM) was added to the Foreign Commercial Service roster to institutionalize the position.
Strategies for Success in Asia Webinar Series
Strategies for Success in Asia is a monthly virtual series to give U.S. companies the tools and information to be successful in Asia.