The alliance between India and the US is one of the defining relationships of the 21st century. The bi-lateral trust has grown into a global strategic partnership driven by convergence of interest on regional and global issues. Both countries have more than 50 dialogue mechanisms covering cooperation in areas of defence & security, trade & investment, civil nuclear energy, cyber security etc.
In recent years, the Indian economy has experienced unprecedented growth rates owing primarily to the robust service and industry sector. The agriculture sector still remains the mainstay of the economy by providing employment to over half of the population.
The India-U.S. relationship is founded on shared values and strong people-to-people connections. In the recent years, the two countries have been working closely on areas of mutual strategic concern, from the Indo-Pacific to climate change. Alongside, U.S.-India trade has grown steadily, covering multiple sectors such as aerospace, defence and security, clean energy, and healthcare.
In 2014, India became the first country in the world to mandate CSR spend through legislative action. In the six years since, nearly INR 100,000 crore has been cumulatively spent by nearly 30,000 companies that come under the CSR ambit. This data driven report illustrates trends and patterns that have emerged in the CSR ecosystem and was released at AMCHAM’s 4th CSR Conference: Capacity Building in the CSR Ecosystem on August 17th, 2021.
AMCHAM India, with knowledge partner Sattva, have used data from 2014-19 to get a glimpse of the contributions that U.S. companies have made by sector and geography. The report was released on January 19th at AMCHAM’s 3rd Annual CSR Conference: Capacity Building in the CSR Ecosystem.
The American Chamber of Commerce in India (AMCHAM) along with FTI consulting, consulted members this whitepaper that looks into six critical infrastructure sectors and has provided a detailed structure in consultation with the industry and feedback received by the National Cybersecurity Coordinator (NCSC) task force committee.
The Indian economy grew to $1 trillion in 2004 and further to $2 trillion in 2014. In the past five years, the Indian economy experienced a 50-percent growth rate and saw unprecedented progress in innovation, manufacturing, digitisation and skilling.
‘Investing in People – Changing Lives: U.S. Companies in India’ shares the stories of how our members impact people pan India, whether through training, re-skilling, education, medical assistance, women’s empowerment initiatives, encouraging entrepreneurship or CSR endeavours across multiple sectors.
Currently, more than 1,000 American companies synergize their core competencies to enhance their global businesses. The comprehensive government to government engagement created the U.S.-India Trade Policy Forum and U.S.-India Commercial Dialogue which met in October 2017 and the upcoming U.S.
AMCHAM member companies submitted photos of their CSR activities across the following areas: computer literacy, environment, health and sanitation, rural education, safety, skill development, water, and women’s empowerment.
Snapshot of Projects Under Lighthouse Smart Cities: A Quarterly Solutions-Based Project Update Report
AMCHAM, in collaboration with PwC, created a publication in an attempt to bring together vital information on projects being under-taken and successfully executed in a few of India’s smart cities.
AMCHAM, in collaboration with KPMG in India, published a knowledge paper for the annual AMCHAM door knock delegation to Washington D.C. from 25th – 28th June 2017. The document provides an industry perspective on India’s economy.
THE INDIA JOURNEY – AMCHAM India celebrates 25 years of American companies’ contribution to India’s economy, society and U.S.-India friendship
During the last 25 years, AMCHAM has partnered with India through its growth journey across sectors, viz.
American companies have been operating in India since 1902. Following India’s economic reforms, FDI from U.S. companies has exceeded 50 billion dollars. U.S.
An initiative of the CSR Committee, the AmCham CSR Compendium Happily Going Miles for Their Smiles showcases the CSR activities of U.S. companies in India.
This Capability Deck will function as a rich resource base outlining the competitive and cutting edge technologies of U.S. expertise, products, services, know-how and solutions in the field of infrastructure, energy and smart city domains.
The rapid pace of growth of the Indian economy over the last decade has led to increased global interest in it. Foreign last decade has led to increased global interest in it.
The Indian market offers lucrative and diverse opportunities for the U.S. companies/investors with the right products and services, despite a slow economic growth