Source: News Bharati English11 Nov 2016 10:05:24
Tokyo, November 11: While PM Modi is on a 3-day visit to Japan, held a meeting with CEO’s in Keidanren, Japan for reviewing the full spectrum of business ties on Friday morning. Addressing the India-Japan Business Leader’s Forum, IJBLF meeting PM mentions his well-established ties with Japan and aims to deepen the economic ties between India and Japan.
On the occasion PM Modi stressed upon the “Make in India” mission seeking the innovation and technology transfer which is meant to influence a huge manpower India posses.
Strong India and strong Japan will not only enrich these two nations but it will be the stabilizing factor in Asia and the whole world. India and Japan will play a major role in Asia’s emergence as our past has desired us to stand together and present is encouraging us to work together, he added.
While interacting with CEO’s Modi spoke about enhancing the investment ties and innovation saying that India has taken decisive steps in order to make governance system more powerful that will help rewrite its potential.
India is a land of prospects and opportunities with assured market and human resources PM Modi assured the CEO’s by saying that India will provide them with opportunities to come forward and take an advantage as “India’s prowess in software is complemented by Japan’s strength in hardware.”
Addressing the India-Japan economic ties PM Modi said that Japan has emerged as the 4th largest source of FDI in various fields. He aims in making India the most open economy in the world. He concluded the meet by inviting Japanese technology and experience to India to march forward and explore bigger potentials and brighter prospects.