Modi's US Visit Significant as India Looks for Big Time Investments

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Modi's US Visit Significant as India Looks for Big Time Investments
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By Puneet Sikka

Investing.com -- In its first leg of the US tour, India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi met US CEOs on a one-on-one basis, which included the CEO of Qualcomm (NASDAQ: QCOM ), Adobe (NASDAQ: ADBE ), First Solar Inc (NASDAQ: FSLR ), General Atomics and Blackstone (NYSE: BX ).

Modi first met the CEO of Qualcomm, a wireless and semiconductor company, to discuss the investment opportunities in 5G technology. He also met the CEO of software company Adobe in order to provide opportunities to youngsters in providing smart education and research.

Clearly, the collaboration with tech companies is first on Modi's agenda, but his meeting with other sectors' CEO highlights his vision of the big picture. His meeting with the CEO of First Solar, a renewable energy company, suggests that he is looking for investments in the solar energy field.

Meeting with the CEO of the arms manufacturer company General Atomics signifies India's efforts in building the drone technology while meeting with the CEO of the investment management company Blackstone briefed on the company's intentions to invest in real estate and infrastructure projects.

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  • Rakesh Prasad @Rakesh Prasad
    Is any one taking him seriously?
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  • AJAY KAUL @AJAY KAUL
    MHTMH -Modi hai to mumkin hai -- 5T economy coming soon !
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  • Saroj Kumar Ghadei @Saroj Kumar Ghadei
    60:40:20 & 30:20:10
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  • Vijayendra Bhoir @Vijayendra Bhoir
    What happened to atmanirbhar bharat , why should we ask them for jobs . I thought pm vision was for a self reliant india . All hogwash
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    • Sameer Sane @Sameer Sane
      sir, try to understand, it's the discussions pm is doing and nothing can be concluded so fast.. of course
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    • Narayan Satya @Narayan Satya
      We should have a healthy mix of inport and export
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    • Narayan Satya @Narayan Satya
      Atmanirbhar is to enable people to succeed in the way they are compentant and be successful.
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  • Vikash Kumar @Vikash Kumar
    SAB MOH MAYA HAI....THIS MAN GOOD FOR NOTHING
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    • shiv shankar singh @shiv shankar singh
      @Vikash Kumar than whom do you think is good for something
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  • Sasmita Pradhan @Sasmita Pradhan
    ᗰOᑭ
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