Prime Minister Narendra Modi had an “in-depth discussion” with key CEOs and business leaders on investments in India, and said that closer economic ties between India and the United States benefit the people of our countries. nations.
Speaking to Twitter after marathon meetings with five global CEOs, Prime Minister Modi said business leaders appreciate India’s reform trajectory.
“During the morning, we had in-depth discussions with key CEOs and CEOs on investing in India. They appreciated India’s reform trajectory. Closer economic ties between India and the United States benefits the people of our nations, ”he said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi began his US engagements on Thursday by meeting with key US CEOs from five different key industries and highlighting economic opportunities in India.
Two of them are American Indians – Shantanu Narayen from Adobe and Vivek Lall from General Atomics. Three others are Cristiano E Amon of Qualcomm, Mark Widmar of First Solar and Stephen A Schwarzman of Blackstone.
Mr Lall called the meeting “exceptional”. “We talked about the technology and the confidence in upcoming political reforms in India and India’s great potential from an investment perspective,” he said.
Mr. Lall said American companies see India as an attractive investment destination. “There are many potential areas of collaboration that we are discussing. I think American companies and many of my colleagues in American companies see India as a very promising destination. , said Mr. Lall.
PM Modi also met with Mr Narayen and discussed ways to leverage technology to provide smart education for young people, improve research and the vibrant start-up sector in India.
Meanwhile, Qualcomm’s Cristiano E Amon expressed his enthusiasm to work with India on ambitious digital transformation programs, including in 5G, PM WANI and others. He also expressed interest in partnering with India to work in the semiconductor field.
The CEO of Qualcomm spoke about the incredible opportunities in India and added that India is a big market but “we also see India as a big export market,” sources said.
He said it was the right time for India not only to manufacture for the Indian market, but also to plan to meet the needs of other countries.
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