Healthcare panel strengthens U.S-India ties

Speaking from Embassy New Delhi, Deputy Chief of Mission Edgard Kagan moderated a discussion among high-level officials from the U.S. and Indian governments, and U.S. industry leaders on regional healthcare investments as the foundation for post-COVID-19 economic growth. The virtual engagement was part of the Indo-Pacific Business Forum, the leading event promoting trade, investment, and economic cooperation between the United States and its partners throughout the region. The conversation addressed investment in the health sector as a driver of economic growth. It also outlined strategies to leverage global collaboration and U.S. expertise to draw entrepreneurs to the Indo-Pacific region, improve procurement to strengthen health services, and address healthcare challenges relevant to the region and the world.

Photo by Nicholas J. Geboy

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