New generation thinks beyond ‘Cold War’: Utah GovernorNovember 14th, 2007 - 3:02 am ICT by admin
Mentioning the important areas of commitment, Huntsman said that clean energy is the focus of Utah as well as India and Utah has expertise in the sector. Universities in Utah have extensive experience in Life Science Research and India can be a suitable partner in the ongoing projects, he said.
Huntsman said that accurate representation of people from different sectors of the USA and India can enhance the relationship between the two countries. Utah provides a great tourism experience and Indian film industry should explore possibilities of film production in the state, he said.
The current pre-dominant issues between India and the USA are environment, healthcare and creation of an economic bridge, said the Governor. He said that Utah is the youngest state of the USA and the younger generation is keen on understanding Indo-US relation on a wider perspective.
Utah is an innovative state with US$ 400 million invested in current programs of research and development in different universities, said Dinesh C. Patel, Managing Director, vSpring Capital.
Lew Cramer, CEO/President, World Trade Center (WTC), Utah said that WTC is going to be one-stop-shop for all business needs. He said that Utah is open to business and also wants to give a complete cultural and family experience for the Indians.
India and the USA are passing through some exciting time and compliment the warm relation shared by the people of two countries for last 40 years, said Dr. Naresh Trehan, Chairman, CII Task Force on Rural Health and Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgeon, Apollo Hospitals, who chaired the meeting. He said that responsible citizens should focus on healthy relationship. India and the USA should leverage the current situation and move at a faster pace, said Dr. Trehan.
Dr. Trehan said that Utah has a high reserve of Gold which can be a new area of trade between the two countries. Commenting on Indian success, Dr Trehan said that Indian companies have acquired 19 billion dollars worth business worldwide in last eight months. (ANI)
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