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National American and Indian Chamber of Commerce fosters bilateral trade

The chamber, established in 2022, aims to strengthen the trade nexus between American and Indian businesses.

The National American and Indian Chamber of Commerce (NAICCO), a forum that bolsters bilateral trade and commerce between India and the United States is set to host a trade mission in three Indian states.

The chamber, established in 2022, aimed to strengthen the trade nexus between American and Indian businesses, focusing particularly on enhancing the capabilities of small to medium-sized enterprises within the United States amidst the rapid advancements of digital technology and AI. 

In the early stages, the forum was  supported by Rutgers University in New Jersey and received endorsements from the office of the Commerce Secretary in Washington DC. Subir Saha serves as the NAICCO Chairman, with Kam Patel, Ernest Bagley, and Ramu Gangadharan making up the leadership team.

“We celebrate the monumental strides made by NAICCO, which persistently acts as a catalyst for economic innovation and collaboration between America and India. As we advance, NAICCO remains devoted to nurturing prosperity and forging lasting partnerships between our two distinguished nations,” stated NAICCO representatives. 

“At its core, NAICCO is dedicated to nurturing formidable links with governmental entities across both nations, bridging the divide between policymakers and corporate leaders,” a release stated. According to the release, new FAICCO chapters will be established in Virginia and Maryland, aiming to provide businesses with a dynamic forum for interaction with state authorities.  
 

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