India and the United States have agreed to deepen economic cooperation and bilateral trade by ensuring greater cooperation amongst stakeholders, including government, businesses and entrepreneurs.
A bilateral trade meeting was held between the two countries in New Delhi today. Commerce Minister Suresh Prabhu and Secretary of Commerce, United States of America Mr. Wilbur Ross, co-chaired the meeting. An official release said, both the leaders appreciated the strong, robust and growing bilateral ties between the two counties across the entire spectrum of trade and commerce. Both sides also expressed satisfaction over the progress during the year 2018, with bilateral trade in Goods and Services registering a growth of 12.6 per cent.
India and the United States also discussed various outstanding trade issues.