DR. who was the speaker at the Synergy Research Session at the G-20. Tauheed Ahmed, Managing Director – INDEF, Jakarta, Data security is a major issue in Indonesia and the government needs to create a unified policy to address this issue. The same. He also said that Indonesia stands for a comprehensive partnership with India.
Speaking at the roundtable, Pranab Kumar, Head of International Trade Policy Division, CII said: “The G20 is very important for India as it is the oldest engagement group. The G-20 is important because it is the main agenda of the Business Management Diversification Forum. With India’s billions of dollars in merchandise exports, India has a good agenda to move forward with the WTO. The Geneva agreement package also provides a good agenda for the WTO to move forward. He highlighted India’s role in addressing the climate crisis and called for more concerted action on climate and debt finance. He also spoke about the global technology gap, which should focus on building digital skills and making them accessible to people around the world.
The Round Table reflects broad changes in regional architecture based on the emergence of new structures such as the IPEF; Its commitment to G20 priorities; And the key roles that India and Indonesia can play in contributing to the IPEF and G20 agendas.
DR Amitabh Bachchan pointed out that developing countries, including India, will remain at the forefront of the G20 for years to come. This presents a unique opportunity for developing countries to shape the global agenda, he said.
Adapted from Session 2: Indo-Pacific Economic Structure: A New Promise? DR. from ISAS, NUS Singapore. DR. Amiten Palit, Executive Director, INDEF, Jakarta. Tawheed Ahmed and New Delhi-based US-India Business Council Yasodhara Dasgupta participated in a panel discussion on various aspects of the structure of the Indo-Pacific economy. (IPEF).
Dr who spoke on the show. Tawheed Ahmed stressed that IPEF members have a very clear vision of the framework for regional economic and geostrategic security.
Yasodhara Dasgupta, US-India Business Council, India, “IPEF puts India first. The United States and India are at the top and have the greatest potential for digitally engineered growth.
according to dr Amitendu Palit: “While the United States plays a key role in IPEF, we must remember China’s influence in the region. We need strong policies that take into account the economy and security of the region. He stressed the need for IPEF to work for the Indo-Pacific region and strengthen cross-border stability.
Group members stressed the importance of working with stakeholders and agreed that IPEF is a vision for the future, promoting regional and global trade, open partnerships and scaling across key platforms. They also point out that IPEF has a series of flexible arrangements for global engagement, followed by countries such as free trade agreements that focus on specific goods and services, and loose regional committees with open membership rules.
Participant: Dr. Tauheed Ahmed, Managing Director, INTEF, Jakarta, Anindia Senkupta, CGAPP, Dr. Amithendu Palit, ISAS, NUS, Singapore, Yasodara Dasgupta, US-Indian Business Council & Professor Milli. Before that, Ritwik Sarkar gave the opening speech and Anindhya Senkupta the closing speech.
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