Meet on Indo-US Biz Relations Held

Indo-US bilateral relations have developed into a global strategic partnership based on increasing convergence of business, culture and trade, said Judy Paul, Mayor of the town of Davie, South Florida, United States of America.

Published: 10th January 2014 10:13 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th January 2014 10:13 AM   |  A+A-

Indo-US bilateral relations have developed into a global strategic partnership based on increasing convergence of business, culture and trade, said Judy Paul, Mayor of the town of Davie, South Florida, United States of America.

Delivering a lecture on ‘Indo-US Business Relations’ organised by the Kerala Management Association (KMA) and Indo American Chamber of Commerce, she said that the Indian community in US has played an important role in the growth of businesses in both countries. The partnership is broad-based and multi-sectoral, encompassing the businesses, environment, education and the people.

S Rajmohan Nair, president, KMA , presided over the function.

Vijay Narayan Govind, past chairman, Indo-American Chamber of Commerce  introduced the chief guest. 

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