Digital Desk, Washington. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on a 5-day US visit. In this episode, PM Modi talked to the CEOs of 5 big companies of America. These include the CEOs of Qualcomm, Blackstone Group, Adobe, First Solar, General Atomics. After meeting PM Modi, these companies have expressed their desire to work with India in many areas. At the same time, there is talk of investing billions of dollars.

American companies looking at India as a country of potential: Vivek Lal

General Atomics Chairman and CEO Vivek Lal said after the meeting with PM Modi that it was a great meeting. We discussed the immense potential in terms of technology, policy reforms in India and investment. According to the Ministry of External Affairs, Vivek Lal said that there is a lot of potential in the areas in which we are talking about working. I think American companies will be looking at India as a country of potential.

Another $40 billion to be invested in India over the next 5 years – Stephen A. Schwarzman

Stephen A Schwarzman, Chairman, Blackstone, said that this (Modi government) is a very friendly government for foreign investors. For those who want to invest capital in India to generate employment, the Indian government should get a higher grade for their support. Schwarzman said in the meeting with the PM that India has been the best market in the world for his group. He said that India is the fastest growing country in the world, so he is very excited about the potential here for the group. It is a New York based American Alternative Investment Management Company. According to the Ministry of External Affairs, Schwarzman told the PM that Blackstone has already invested $ 60 billion in Indian assets. Schwarzman said his group plans to invest another $40 billion in India over the next five years.

Adobe said that ‘we want more emphasis and interest in education’

PM Modi tweeted and wrote that Shantanu Narayan of Adobe is a very good friend of India. I sat down with him to discuss interesting ideas related to ed-tech, supporting Indian start-ups and fostering innovation. Shantanu expressed his desire to enjoy the videos and animations till every child in India. The Ministry of External Affairs said that Narayan said, Adobe said that ‘we want to put more emphasis on education and take interest in it. One of the issues we talked about was continuing to invest in innovation, he said. He believes that technology has the potential to pave the way for progress.

One World, One Sun and One Grid Campaign

Mark Widmar, CEO of First Solar, pointed out that while PM Modi’s leadership has clearly worked to strike a strong balance between industrial policy as well as trade policy, this is a great opportunity for companies like First Solar to set up manufacturing in India. Ideal opportunity. According to the Ministry of External Affairs, Mark Widmer, CEO of First Solar, expressed happiness over the policies of the Government of India regarding environmental protection and related industries. The PM talked about the One World, One Sun and One Grid campaign and the possibilities associated with the ambitious target of 450 MW renewable energy.

Willing to work together in many areas including 5G in India – Cristiano

PM Modi tweeted that had a fruitful meeting with Cristiano, CEO of Qualcomm. We talked about leveraging technology for the greater public good and technological opportunities in India. He was interested in India’s progress in 5G and our efforts like PM-WANI to boost connectivity. According to the Ministry of External Affairs, the CEO of Qualcomm expressed a desire to work together in many areas, including 5G in India. The company’s chipsets are a popular choice of consumers in terms of mobile gaming and 5G technology.

PM Modi’s meeting with the Prime Minister of Japan

Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended a bilateral meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga in Washington DC. The Ministry of External Affairs said that India has a special strategic and global partnership with Japan that is rooted in history, based on common values. Today, PM Modi discussed topics like Indo-Pacific, regional development, trade, digital economy etc. with Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga in Washington DC.

PM Modi meets Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison

In the bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, a range of topics were discussed to boost economic ties between India and Australia as well as improve personal ties. The Ministry of External Affairs said that this is another chapter in our comprehensive strategic partnership with Australia. The meeting discussed regional and global development as well as on-going bilateral cooperation in areas related to COVID-19, trade, defence, clean energy etc.

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