Since March, India has received over $20 billion of new investment from Western companies despite the pandemic.
Thanks to John Bell, Client Relations, Amritt, Inc, Malibu California for this information.
Here are four examples of significant improvement in bilateral trade between the two countries (India and USA) during the pandemic:
- Bilateral Trade: For two years in a row, India’s largest trading partner is the United States! Both countries are keen to grow bilateral trade to $500 billion soon.
- The Carlyle Group just made huge investments in India, including almost half a billion dollars for a minority stake in Piramal Pharma, while Cargill Inc announced that they are building a chocolate factory in western India.
- The bluest of blue chip Silicon Valley venture capitalists, Sequoia Capital, raised a $1.35 billion fund to foster startups in the technology, consumer and healthcare space in India.
- And it is likely that the first Covid-19 vaccine to reach volume production will be led by AstraZeneca and its Indian parther, the Serum Institute, which makes more vaccines than anyone else on the planet.
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One thought on “India attracting investment during the pandemic and USA is the largest trading partner for a second year”
Very good and succinct write-up by Stephen on the latest and important growing US – India bilateral relationship. I know Gunjan Bagla of Amritt Malibu, CA. This organization is doing a great service to further USA-India bilateral relations.