India, Wisconsin discuss trade and investment

Indian ambassador to US Taranjit Singh Sandhu, in a virtual meeting held on July 29, discussed with Wisconsin governor Tony Evers , the trade, investment and people-to-people relations between Wisconsin and India.

Confirming the same, the Indian Embassy said, “Both discussed strategies to tap the potential in the agriculture, infrastructure and manufacturing sectors common to India and Wisconsin that would lead to win-win outcomes for both. The Ambassador briefed the Governor about the initiatives India has taken in healthcare and education and discussed collaboration in these sectors.”

Highlighting the robust trade and investment ties shared by India and Wisconsin, the Indian Embassy in a release, said that the total trade between the two is more than US$ 1 billion. Adding further, the release said, “Many Indian companies in the IT, engineering services, medical equipment, and manufacturing sectors have invested in Wisconsin. These companies have invested close to $185 million in Wisconsin, creating over 2,460 jobs in the state.”

Photo Credit : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taranjit_Singh_Sandhu#/media/File:Ambassador_Taranjit-Singh-Snadhu.jpg

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