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First meeting of India-US Strategic Trade Dialogue be held in May 23

Updated: Apr 29, 2023 03:11:06pm

First meeting of India-US Strategic Trade Dialogue be held in May 23

New Delhi, Apr 29 (KNN) Thea Rozman Kendler, a senior official in America’s Commerce Department has said India and the United States plan to hold their first meeting in May under the recently established Strategic Trade Dialogue, reported Mint. 

During US commerce secretary Gina Raimondo’s visit to India in March 2023, New Delhi and Washington announced the formation of the Dialogue.


The Dialogue aims to address export controls, explore ways of enhancing high technology commerce, and facilitate technology transfers.

“Both sides recognized the need for increased bilateral strategic and high technology trade and collaboration given the shared priority of building resilient and trusted global supply chains and the mutual interest in taking forward the outcomes of iCET. In that context, the U.S. Department of Commerce and Indian Ministry of External Affairs plan to launch an India-U.S. Strategic Trade Dialogue…," both sides had announced at the time.

The Dialogue will be led by India’s foreign secretary and the under secretary for Industry and Security in the US Department of Commerce, reported Mint. 

Rozman, who serves as US assistant secretary of Commerce for Export Administration, was in New Delhi to speak with Indian officials and industry to discuss dual-use export controls.  (KNN Bureau)


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