North/South Asia’s strong presence of foreign investment in Texas and extensive trade network with the state have established it as a valuable region to Texas.
With support from Texas’ world-class infrastructure, India and Russia exported a combined $7.3 billion in goods to Texas and imported more than $5.9 billion in Texas commodities in 2018. Some top shared commodities include, mineral fuel, electric machinery and technical instruments.
Texas’ talented workforce and strong economy make it an excellent state for investment from Indian and Russian companies. In fact, India is among the top-12 leading countries for foreign direct investment projects in Texas, while Texas ranks No. 3 for FDI in India. The strong connection between Texas and North/South Asia is due, in part, to the locations’ shared industry strengths. Key industries shared by Texas and North/South Asia include logistics, information technology, manufacturing and industrial products. Texas’ business-friendly climate has also attracted international company investments from India and Russia, including from JSW Steel, Tech Mahindra and Volga Dnepr.
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