|India Trade and Business Forum|
Wednesday, May 23, 2012 6:00 pm-9:00 pm
Event has expired. Registration for this event is no longer available.
India has emerged as an economic powerhouse and an awkward political ally. U.S-India trade and business is burgeoning, with people to people communications so routine that practices such as "yoga" and words such as "guru," and "pandit" are now part of the American lifestyle and lexicon. At the same time, India presents unique problems and challenges. The members of the International Trade Committee and the Asian Affairs Committee invite you to join them and distinguished speakers in an engaging evening over drinks and light refreshments to discuss this new India.
Introductory Remarks: LOUISE BOHMANN, Chair, International Trade Committee
Introduction of Keynote Speaker: NEIL PAKRASHI, Member, International Trade Committee
Keynote Speaker: ARVIND PANAGARIYA, Professor, Columbia University
Panelists: JAIPAT S. JAIN, Chair, Asian Affairs Committee; BROOK K. BAKER, Professor, Northeastern University School of Law; SUGANDH RAJARAM, Consul, Consulate General of India; AMY HARIANI, Director and Legal Counsel, US-India Business Counsel (USIBC); ARVIND GANESAN, Director of Business and Human Rights, Human Rights Watch
Note of Thanks: ROGER J. GRIESMEYER, Member, Asian Affairs Committee
Sponsored by: Asian Affairs Committee, Jaipat S. Jain, Chair; International Trade Committee, Louise Bohmann, Chair
Event Location: 42 West 44th Street (between 5th and 6th Avenues)