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US Vice President Mike Pence to address annual USIBC gala

Press Trust of India  |  Washington 

US Vice President Mike Pence will address the annual gala of the US-Business Council (USIBC) on June 27.

During the summit, the USIBC will also present its '2017 Global Leadership Awards' to Andrew Liveris, chairman and CEO of The Dow Chemical Company, and Adi Godrej, the chairman of Godrej Group for creating inclusive business environments, integrating in the global supply chain and advancing core values such as manufacturing, innovation and scale in tough market conditions, a statement said.



Navtej Sarna, Indian Ambassador to the US, and Congressman Pete Sessions, Chairman House Committee on Rules will deliver special remarks during the summit.

"The Council believes that this is a vibrant period for the two nations and the growing partnership is deeper and broader than ever before. We expect the upward trajectory to continue," said Aghi, USIBC president.

USIBC was formed in 1975 as a business advocacy organisation to encourage the private sectors of both and the US to enhance investment flows.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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US Vice President Mike Pence to address annual USIBC gala

US Vice President Mike Pence will address the annual gala of the US-India Business Council (USIBC) on June 27. During the summit, the USIBC will also present its '2017 Global Leadership Awards' to Andrew Liveris, chairman and CEO of The Dow Chemical Company, and Adi Godrej, the chairman of Godrej Group for creating inclusive business environments, integrating India in the global supply chain and advancing core values such as manufacturing, innovation and scale in tough market conditions, a statement said. Navtej Sarna, Indian Ambassador to the US, and Congressman Pete Sessions, Chairman House Committee on Rules will deliver special remarks during the summit. "The Council believes that this is a vibrant period for the two nations and the growing partnership is deeper and broader than ever before. We expect the upward trajectory to continue," said Mukesh Aghi, USIBC president. USIBC was formed in 1975 as a business advocacy organisation to encourage the private sectors of both ... US Vice President Mike Pence will address the annual gala of the US-Business Council (USIBC) on June 27.

During the summit, the USIBC will also present its '2017 Global Leadership Awards' to Andrew Liveris, chairman and CEO of The Dow Chemical Company, and Adi Godrej, the chairman of Godrej Group for creating inclusive business environments, integrating in the global supply chain and advancing core values such as manufacturing, innovation and scale in tough market conditions, a statement said.

Navtej Sarna, Indian Ambassador to the US, and Congressman Pete Sessions, Chairman House Committee on Rules will deliver special remarks during the summit.

"The Council believes that this is a vibrant period for the two nations and the growing partnership is deeper and broader than ever before. We expect the upward trajectory to continue," said Aghi, USIBC president.

USIBC was formed in 1975 as a business advocacy organisation to encourage the private sectors of both and the US to enhance investment flows.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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US Vice President Mike Pence to address annual USIBC gala

US Vice President Mike Pence will address the annual gala of the US-Business Council (USIBC) on June 27.

During the summit, the USIBC will also present its '2017 Global Leadership Awards' to Andrew Liveris, chairman and CEO of The Dow Chemical Company, and Adi Godrej, the chairman of Godrej Group for creating inclusive business environments, integrating in the global supply chain and advancing core values such as manufacturing, innovation and scale in tough market conditions, a statement said.

Navtej Sarna, Indian Ambassador to the US, and Congressman Pete Sessions, Chairman House Committee on Rules will deliver special remarks during the summit.

"The Council believes that this is a vibrant period for the two nations and the growing partnership is deeper and broader than ever before. We expect the upward trajectory to continue," said Aghi, USIBC president.

USIBC was formed in 1975 as a business advocacy organisation to encourage the private sectors of both and the US to enhance investment flows.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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