A message from the Secretary of Commerce

Brown, Ronald H.
January 1995
Business America;Jan1995, Vol. 116 Issue 1, p13
Trade Publication
Focuses on United States President Bill Clinton's first Presidential Business Development Mission of 1995 which aimed at strengthening the country's trade and economic relations with India. Internal plans to modernize infrastructure; Discussion of challenges to commerce and trade; Hastening of economic liberalization in India; Advancement of U.S. commercial diplomacy; Enhancement of economic and national security.


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