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India and US To Establish Monitoring Group to Boost High-Tech Trade and Tech Partnership

India and the United States have taken a significant step towards deepening cooperation in high-tech trade and technology partnership. During the inaugural meeting of the India-US Strategic Trade Dialogue (IUSSTD) held in Washington D.C., the two nations agreed to establish a monitoring group to review and monitor the progress of their collaborative efforts. The dialogue, a key mechanism under the India-US initiative on Critical and Emerging Technologies (iCET), aims to foster strategic technology and trade collaborations. This article delves into the key highlights of the meeting and the importance of this partnership.

Setting up a Monitoring Group for Tech Trade Cooperation:

To ensure effective monitoring of the bilateral high-tech trade and technology partnership, India and the US have decided to establish a dedicated monitoring group. This group will be responsible for reviewing the progress made in deepening cooperation in critical domains such as semiconductors, space, telecom, quantum technology, artificial intelligence, defense, and biotechnology.

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Focus on Facilitating Technology Development and Trade:

The IUSSTD meeting emphasized the need for both governments to facilitate the development and trade of technologies in crucial sectors. Recognizing the significance of resilient supply chains, the delegations reviewed relevant bilateral export control regulations. The aim is to diversify and strengthen supply chains for strategic technologies. This collaborative effort will contribute to bolstering technological capabilities and promoting innovation in both countries.

Strengthening Bilateral Export Control Regulations:

India and the US reviewed their ongoing cooperation in multilateral export control regimes and agreed to share best practices. The focus is on aligning export control regulations to support the development and trade of critical technologies. By enhancing awareness among industry, academia, and other stakeholders through workshops and activities, the two nations aim to foster a conducive environment for the growth of high-tech trade.

Enabling Co-Production, Co-Development, and Industrial Collaboration:

Recognizing the potential for co-production, co-development, and enhanced industrial collaborations, the dialogue holds significant promise for both countries. By leveraging their respective strengths, India and the US aim to jointly develop and produce cutting-edge technologies. This collaboration will not only foster economic growth but also strengthen the overall India-US comprehensive global strategic partnership.

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