Modi Means Business | India Development Debate | What Will Be Modi’s Pitch In WEF, Davos 2018?

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Modi Means Business | India Development Debate | What Will Be Modi’s Pitch In WEF, Davos 2018?

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PM will create history on January 23rd, 2018 becoming the first Indian Prime Minister to deliver the keynote address at the Davos Economic Summit. In an exclusive chat with the Times Network, Modi said he will make a strong pitch about how India is emerging as the investment hotspot, coming on the back of a 30-point jump in the ease of doing business index and the ratings upgrade by Moody's. The PM will host a dinner meeting for global CEOs and will also address the Indian CEOs on the sidelines of the summit. Will PM be able to hard-sell India's bold structural reforms to global CEOs? Will he manage to convince the Indian corporate honchos to start investing in India growth story? Modi at Davos! That's the topic of discussion at this edition of India Development Debate!

 

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