US DFC delegation to visit Indonesia, Vietnam, and Myanmar
The Hanoitimes - While in the Indo-Pacific, the delegation will meet with business leaders and high-level government officials to explore investment opportunities
A US government delegation led by US International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) Chief Executive Officer Adam Boehler will travel to Indonesia, Vietnam, and Myanmar from October 23 through October 27 to advance economic growth in the region.
|US President Donald Trump and US International Development Finance Corporation CEO Adam Boehler at a COVID-19 news conference in Washington, D.C. Photo by: Stefani Reynolds / CNP|
Mr. Boehler will be joined by President and Chairman of the Export-Import Bank of the United States Kimberly Reed, and other senior government officials from Department of Treasury, Department of Commerce, Department of State, and Department of Energy.
While in the Indo-Pacific, Mr. Boehler will meet with business leaders and high-level government officials to explore investment opportunities, as well as discuss ways to enhance cooperation in support of regional development, economic growth, and stability.
The Indo-Pacific is a priority investment region for DFC. The agency seeks to collaborate with partners and allies across the Indo-Pacific to set high standards of development and promote a model that empowers countries by building a strong foundation for lasting prosperity and security.
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