An Indo-Pacific trilateral infrastructure forum has been launched here to find new, creative and efficient ways of leveraging the power of the private sector in India, the US and Japan to fill the massive gap in infrastructure and connectivity in the region.
Launched by the US Chamber of Commerce’s US-India Business Council (USIBC) along with US-Japan Business Council, the Indo-Pacific Infrastructure Trilateral Forum is a private sector platform that is seeking to partner with some government initiatives.
The United States, India and Japan have a government-to-government trilateral, which is increasingly focusing on infrastructure, said Nisha Desai Biswal, the president of the USIBC. Read More
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