14 August 2020

Indian premier urges world investment

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Amid struggles at home to contain the coronavirus pandemic, India’s prime minister on Thursday urged "global companies to come and establish their presence" in his country. reports citing foreign media.

“India remains one of the most open economies in the world... Very few countries will offer the kind of opportunities India does today,” he said in an inaugural speech at the India Global Week 2020, a three-day virtual conference organized by UK-based media house India Inc.

He claimed his government is making the Indian economy "more productive, investment-friendly, and competitive."

“India is ready to do whatever it can to further global good and prosperity. This is an India that is reforming, performing and transforming. Indians have the spirit to achieve what is believed to be impossible,” said Modi, adding that India is "already seeing green shoots when it comes to economic recovery."

2020.07.09 / 21:13
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