First U.S. Trade Mission Following Indo-Pacific Partnership Launch Focuses on Clean Energy

Beginning today, the U.S. Department of Commerce is leading a delegation of U.S. business representatives to plug destinations across Indonesia, Vietnam, and also the Philippines.
This marks the primary U.S. government trade mission to Asia following last month’s historic launch of the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity (IPEF) by President Biden and different leaders within the region. IPEF consists of the u. s. and thirteen Indo-Pacific partners.
The Clean EDGE Asia Business Development Mission aims to support and accelerate Asia’s clean energy transition by harnessing the experience and resources of the U.S. public and personal sectors. Deputy Assistant Secretary for Asia Pamela Phan of the International Trade Administration can lead the mission for Commerce.
conjointly present includes U.S. Trade Mission Associate in Nursingd Development Agency Director Enoh T. Ebong and representatives of the Export-Import Bank of the United States. “Trade missions are wherever business, diplomacy, and culture come back together,” same Phan.
“Addressing the climate crisis needs innovative thinking, strategic partnerships, and decisive actions on each side of the Pacific. it's an honor to square aboard these countries, companies, and my government colleagues as we glance to leverage the simplest of what one another needs to supply to solve a shaping challenge of our time.”
Publicado en Law en junio 23 at 03:04
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