State of the Indian Economy and Indian Investments in the USA

State of the Indian Economy and Indian Investments in the USA

Media Contact: Dr. Abusaleh Shariff (202) 322-7878


Subject: State of the Indian Economy and Indian Investments in the USA


Dear Friends, Greetings


India is joining the ranks of middle-income economies of the world; by 2035, India will have over half a billion middle-class producers and consumers. India has already come of age to broaden its investment beyond the Indian shores, especially in countries such as the United States of America, Africa, and West Asia. The prospects of job creation and India’s Investment in the USA certain and massive. This discussion will give details about the sectors of the US economy where employment generation would take place.


All are cordially invited to this event.


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The US-India Policy Institute cordially invite you to participate in a discussion on


‘State of the Indian Economy and Indian Investments in the USA’


20th March 2019   |    3.30 PM 5.00 PM


Speakers:       Dr. Amir Ullah Khan, Indian School of Business and Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation New Delhi


                       Mr. Osama Manzar, Digital Empowerment Foundation, New Delhi            


Moderator:    Dr. Abusaleh Shariff, Chief Scholar, US-India Policy Institute Washington D. C


Venue:          United Methodist Building, 100 Maryland Ave NE, Washington D. C 20002


Jointly organized by the Centre for Pluralism and the Federation of India American Christian Association



COMMUTING & PARKING NOTES



Two-hour free parking available on a first come first available basis on 2nd, 3rd, 4th streets NE, A Street NE, Constitution Ave Ne and East Capitol Street behind the Supreme Court.


6 minutes’ walk from Union Station and also from South Capitol Metro stop.
You can also take Circulator Bus, that stops across the United Methodist Building


Seminar venue is just opposite to Capitol Hill & adjacent to Supreme Court entry, from 1st Street NE.


 


US India Policy Institute


Email: hyderkhan@usindiapolicy.org


Phone: (612) 889-7334

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