The talks facilitated the exchange of information between the two countries` security, military and intelligence services, including the exchange of high-end satellite imagery, wiretaps and data on Chinese troops and weapons operations along the LAC. The Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Understanding (LEMOA), an optimized Indian version of the Logistics Support Agreement (LSA), was the first “core agreement” signed by India and the United States. On October 27, 2020, the United States and India signed a military agreement on the exchange of sensitive satellite data. The Basic Exchange and Cooperation Agreement (BECA) provides U.S. strategic partners with access to a range of sensitive geographic and aeronautical data useful for military action.  Among the main recent developments are the rapid growth of the Indian economy, the strengthening of relations between Indian and American industries, especially in the fields of information and communication technologies (ICT), mechanical engineering and medicine, an informal agreement to manage an increasingly confident China, robust counter-terrorism cooperation, deteriorating U.S.-Pakistan relations, easing export controls on dual-use goods and technology (99% of requested licenses are now authorized).  and reverse long-standing US opposition to India`s strategic agenda. In July 2005, Prime Minister Bush received Manmohan Singh in Washington, D.C.