Underscoring the “significance” that US puts on its “important economic relationship” with India, the White House hopes to have “some tangible results” from President Barack Obama’s visit to India. “Look, obviously, this is an important relationship,” White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs told
reporters on Tuesday when asked how the President was preparing for his trip to India in early November in the midst of a tough election campaign.
“It’s an important trip,” he said. “Look, just from a viewpoint economically, we understand …what we have to do to create jobs, to grow our exports, to ensure that it just doesn’t fall on American consumers to drive world demand.”
“That’s a lot of what you’ll hear the President talk about on that trip, and we’ll hopefully have some tangible results from it,” Gibbs said. Read Full Story From Publisher