White House Names Ellen Kullman to U.S. – India CEO Forum
The White House has announced that DuPont CEO Ellen Kullman will serve as a member of the U.S. – India CEO Forum for a two-year term. The forum, which focuses on strengthening economic ties between the two countries, held its first meeting of the year Monday at the U.S. Department of Treasury.
“The CEO participants will discuss opportunities for new partnerships between businesses in the United States and India, how to promote investment and job growth, and will provide inputs to the U.S. government on concerns of business leaders of the two countries,” said White House Press Secretary, Robert Gibbs.
DuPont has a long and successful history in India. Today, DuPont Crop Protection, DuPont Engineering Polymers, DuPont Refinish and Pioneer® hybrid seeds have more than 1,000 employees and six production facilities in three locations. The company recently established the DuPont Knowledge Center in Hyderabad, India, which includes the Biotechnology Research Center, the first integrated agriculture and industrial biotechnology research center for DuPont outside the U.S.
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