Export-Import Bank Chairman Fred P. Hochberg is visiting India this week to promote American-made exports.
U.S. Export-Import Bank Chairman Fred P. Hochberg is visiting India this week to promote American-made exports to the subcontinent.
“When quality American goods and services are deployed to buyers in India, their nation benefits from increased capacity and a reliable foundation for long-term economic growth,” Hochberg said in a statement.
Hochberg made his comments Monday at a roundtable hosted by the U.S.-India Business Council, where he discussed energy and infrastructure expansion in India and what role U.S. companies can play. He also addressed similar topics at the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry later in the day.
On Tuesday, Hochberg will give keynote remarks at the India-U.S. Technology Summit. The summit provides an opportunity for businesses, research institutions and government agencies from both countries to exchange ideas and forge new partnerships to increase trade and investment in the knowledge sector.