Gov. Mike Pence this week is working to gain more business from China.
He’s on his sixth trade mission since taking office.
China is Indiana’s fifth largest trading partner, generating $1.4 billion for the Hoosier State last year, and some of the state’s biggest companies – including Dow AgroSciences, Eli Lilly and Cummins – have Chinese operations.
Pence says his economic development officials believe China is looking to invest more in North America, and that his trip is aimed at giving Indiana an advantage.