PHOENIX - Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer is scheduled to lead a delegation to India this week.
Brewer's office says the trip is to promote Arizona's competitive business climate, expand investment opportunities and foster a long-term relationship with an emerging and valued trading partners.
She will be joined by members of the Arizona Commerce Authority.
They will meet with prominent figures in Indian government as well as global leaders in software development, cyber security, data centers, aerospace, infrastructure development and renewable energy.
In February, Brewer was among nine state governors to address the India Business Forum in Washington, D.C.
India is a rapidly-growing market for U.S. exporters.
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