Central Pacific Cable Project Underpinned by USTDA

The Central Pacific Cable project is an initiative supported by a USTDA-funded feasibility study. This groundbreaking project aims to establish vital connectivity by linking Guam, American Samoa, and 12 Pacific Island countries and territories.

The United States Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) is committed to supporting the Indo-Pacific Strategy by promoting economic growth, infrastructure development, and connectivity throughout the region. Through various initiatives and partnerships, USTDA aims to advance key sectors such as telecommunications, energy, transportation, and digital infrastructure.

USTDA’s efforts in the Indo-Pacific region focus on fostering trade and investment opportunities, enhancing connectivity, and promoting sustainable development.

To learn more about USTDA’s support for the Indo-Pacific Strategy and its impact on telecommunications and infrastructure development, read the full fact sheet on the USTDA website.