(Left) Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, US President Joe Biden and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.Photo: US Embassy and Consulates in India
The first face-to-face ministerial meeting was held earlier this year, before and after President Biden formally launched the IPEF to develop a high-standard, inclusive economic framework that fosters economic activity and investment and promotes sustainability. Based on constructive virtual meetings with 13 Indo-Pacific partners. It will deliver inclusive economic growth, benefiting workers and consumers across the region, according to the press release.
U.S. Trade Representative Catherine Ty and U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimond announced that they will co-host the IPEF Ministerial Conference on September 8-9, 2022 in Los Angeles. Pacific Partners, which took place this year before and after President Biden formally launched his IPEF.
At the Ministerial Meeting, the Thai Ambassador and Secretary of State Raimond will convene meetings with ministers to continue lively discussions on each of the four pillars. supply chain; clean energy, decarbonisation, infrastructure; Tax and anti-corruption.
Secretary Raimondo and the Thai Ambassador recently held a virtual ministerial meeting in July to reaffirm their shared goal of pursuing continued and enhanced engagement with IPEF partner countries. They held their first virtual ministerial meeting in May, shortly after the official announcement in Japan. The Thai ambassador also added that an informal meeting of IPEF partner ministers had been held in June.
Details of the ministerial meeting will be announced at a later date.
Fiber2Fashion News Desk (NB)