On Monday, the White House hosted the Quad Investor Network (QUIN) for its inaugural Quad Investment and Technology Dialogue. Director of the National Economic Council Lael Brainard, Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo, and other senior administration officials addressed the group of over 40 business executives from Quad countries, and discussed strategies to help make private capital available for increased, high-standard, cross-border investment between Australia, India, Japan, and the United States. The event also included senior representatives from the Embassies of Australia, India, and Japan. At today’s Dialogue, public and private sector leaders discussed investment opportunities in critical resources and emerging technologies to promote greater prosperity and security in the Indo-Pacific Region.

QUIN was launched in May of this year at the Quad Leaders’ Summit in Hiroshima, and serves as a network of investors and executives across Quad countries that seeks to foster co-investment in critical and emerging technologies.


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