Melinda Pavek Addresses IACC Seminar on India-US Economic Growth Opportunities
Jamshedpur’s IACC event emphasizes the collaborative economic prospects between India and the United States, focusing on Jharkhand’s strategic location and resources.
JAMSHEDPUR – The United States Consul General, Melinda Pavek, was the Chief Guest at a city hotel seminar discussing investment, economic trends, and growth opportunities in Jharkhand.
Organized by the Indo American Chamber of Commerce (IACC), the seminar titled "Emerging Opportunities in Jharkhand in collaboration with USA" aimed at strengthening the partnership between the two nations.
The India-United States Chamber of Commerce (IACC), formed in 1968, works diligently to promote India-US economic relations.
Jamshedpur, marking its 13th IACC chapter in the country, is evidence of the Chamber’s commitment to regional growth and innovation, with Nakul Kamani presiding as the President.
The day also saw the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the country’s first hydrogen fuel industry in Jamshedpur, representing an investment of Rs 354 crore.
Melinda Pavek applauded IACC’s initiatives in enhancing India-US ties and emphasized the significance of mutual endeavors during the seminar.
Scheduled for a visit to XLRI Jamshedpur, the Consul General will engage in dialogue concerning supply chain challenges and explore possibilities in the field of tribal entrepreneurship on Friday.
The seminar concluded on a positive note, affirming IACC’s and the United States’ dedication to a future filled with prosperity, innovation, and all-encompassing growth.