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Prime Minister Narendra Modi launches \'Make in India\' Global Initiative

Posted on : 29-09-2014 | Back | Print

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi launched the Make in India initiative on 25 September, 2014 with an aim to give the Indian economy global recognition.

Addressing a gathering consisting of top global CEOs in New Delhi, the Prime Minister said “FDI” should be understood as “First Develop India” along with “Foreign Direct Investment.” He urged investors not to look at India merely as a market, but instead see it as an opportunity.

The Prime Minister said it is important for the purchasing power of the common man to increase, as this would further boost demand, and hence spur development, in addition to benefiting investors.

The Prime Minister said that India is the only country in the world which offers the unique combination of democracy, demography, and demand. He said the new Government was taking initiatives for skill development to ensure that skilled manpower was available for manufacturing. He also referred to the Digital India mission, saying this would ensure that Government processes remained in tune with corporate processes.

The Prime Minister also spoke of infrastructure of the future – including i-ways besides highways – and mentioned port led development, optical fibre networks, gas grids and water grids.

The Prime Minister also unveiled the Make in India logo, and launched the website- makeinindia.com




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