PM Modi invites US firms to invest in India
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday met with CEOs of 20 leading American firms and invited then to invest in India. “Interacted with top CEOs. We held extensive discussions on opportunities in India,” PM Modi tweeted after the meeting.
“Interacted with top CEOs. We held extensive discussions on opportunities in India,” PM Modi tweeted after the meeting. He said the world is now focused on India’s economy, especially in areas like manufacturing, trade, commerce, and people-to-people contact, due to a young population and a rising middle-class. India’s growth presents a win-win partnership for the country and the US, and American companies have a great opportunity to contribute to that, PM Modi told the CEOs.
PM interacted with top CEOs of the US companies including Tim Cook of Apple, Sunder Pichai of Google, John Chambers of Cisco, and Jeff Bezos of Amazon, sources said.
The Prime Minister pointed out opportunities for tourism through developing hotels in “PPP (public private partnership) model” at 500 railway stations. He said his government has focused on improving the quality of life of the people, and added that working towards this end requires a global partnership.