on Sunday Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that India has now appeared as a business-friendly location, more so with the future execution of milestone goods and services (GST) starting next month, while asking CEOs of top US organisations to invest money in the country.
The whole world is looking at India and its 7,000 changes for the convenience of doing business, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said at the CEO’s meet in the United States on Sunday. According to Review, Modi is having a roundtable with 21 top professionals of US-based companies in Washington. Sundar Pichai of Google, Apple’s Tim Cook, Amazon’s Mark Bezos, and Mastercard’s Ajay Banga are some of those who are going to go the conference.
Foreign traders too have been desperately eager for the rollout of the single pan-India GST, which will substitute the present variety main and state prices on both goods and services.
The prime minister detailed out actions taken by his government in the last three years and next moves. During the hour-long connections, at the Willard Hotel, where he is staying, Modi gave a patient hearing to the wishlist of the CEOs. Development of India provides win-win collaboration for India and US both. American companies have a great probability of playing a role.
In another statement, Jagdip Ahluwalia, who is the executive director of Indo-American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Houston, said that the United States and India share a very symbiotic relationship, and Modi’s first experience to deal with a visit with Brian Trump is important to improve the connection between the two.