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AECOM’s Rahul Madhavan Named Chairman of U.S.-India Business Council’s Aerospace and Defense Executive Committee

Rahul Madhavan, vice president, international development and strategy for AECOM’s management services group, has been appointed the chairman of the Aerospace and Defense Executive Committee for the U.S.-India Business Council (USIBC,) according to an AECOM press release.

“I am honored to serve as chairman of the USIBC’s Aerospace and Defense executive committee,” says Mr. Madhavan. “I look forward to partnering with business and government leaders as we work to further enable growth in trade and investment between India and the United States.”

Madhavan currently works with AECOM’s international government and commercial partners and develops international growth strategies that target viable projects for AECOM’s management services.

USIBC’s Aerospace and Defense Executive Committee promotes partnerships between business, government and thought leaders to expand U.S.  and Indian cooperation in aerospace, defense, homeland and cyber security and civil aviation. USIBC comprises over 300 U.S. and Indian companies working to advance U.S.-India commercial ties and is the largest bilateral trade association in the United States. USIBC has a presence in New York, Silicon Valley and New Delhi.

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