From the Department of Commerce, “High-Technology Trade Mission To India with Secretary Locke and 24 U.S. Companies Kicks Off“:
Today, Secretary Locke kicked off a high-technology trade mission today in New Delhi to promote exports of leading U.S. technologies and services related to civil nuclear energy, civil aviation, defense and homeland security, and information and communications technology. The mission will continue through February 11, and also make stops in Bangalore and Mumbai.
His first stop was at a neighborhood grocery store in New Delhi that is using technology developed by a U.S. company to market its products, manage its customers and organize its business operations. Intuit, based in Mountain View, Calif., created “GoConnect,” a new innovative mobile and web-based marketing service that is helping Indian micro and small businesses grow and improve the way they communicate with their customers.
Export controls will perforce be a major focus of the mission. Also, Secretary Locke will speak to the Confederation of Indian Industry on Monday in New Delhi.
The Secretary and others — including participating companies — will be highlighting the trip on Commerce.gov’s blog (commerce.gov/blog) and Twitter feeds (@SecLocke and @CommerceGov).
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