Last year, the United States exported more than $450 billion in goods to Asia, and the potential for selling U.S. products in the region is still largely untapped.
The U.S. Department of Commerce announced a strategy designed to increase U.S. exports to the Indo-Pacific region, strengthen economic security and reduce the U.S trade deficit. For more than seven decades, U.S. economic and commercial engagement and development assistance have advanced freedom, openness, and economic prosperity across the region.
The Commerce Department will dedicate two of its upcoming flagship export events, Discover Global Markets and Trade Winds, to helping U.S. firms identify market opportunities and meet buyers and partners from the Indo-Pacific region, which spans the west coast of India to the west coast of the U.S. Read more about these events below and let us help you access new markets.
This dynamic conference brings together global leaders across the aerospace, defense, and security sectors. Seize the opportunity to:
Network with international executives, business development and marketing professionals, technology developers, export compliance specialists, and government officials.
Meet one-on-one with U.S. Commercial Diplomats from the following 14 Indo-Pacific nations: Australia, Bangladesh, Burma, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
Discuss procurement needs directly with foreign buyers.
This event will combine a conference and a trade mission to India and other surrounding countries where U.S. exporters will meet with decision makers on opportunities they’ve learned about at the Discover Global Markets: Indo-Pacific conference and other Asia-related events. Subscribe to receive updates about Trade Winds Indo-Pacific.
The U.S. Commercial Service is the trade promotion arm of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration. U.S. Commercial Service trade professionals in over 100 U.S. cities and in more than 75 markets help U.S. companies get startedin exporting or increase sales to global markets.