NEW DELHI: India and the US will discuss ways to promote trade and investments besides increasing cooperation in agriculture sector and intellectual property rights during a meeting this month between US Trade Representative Katherine Tai and commerce minister Piyush Goyal, an official said. The two-day meeting will begin from November 22. The USTR is visiting India to revive the Trade Policy Forum (TPF), which has not met for the last four years, the official said. The meeting is also important as the 12th ministerial conference of the World Trade Organization (WTO) is scheduled from November 30 to December 3 in Geneva. Both India and the US are members of the 164-member multilateral organisation which deals with global exports and imports. The TPF is a premier forum to resolve trade and investment issues between India and the US. The bilateral trade between the countries stood at $80.5 billion in FY21.