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Saturday, October 2, 2021

Indian pavilion inaugurated at Dubai Expo, invites world investors to India

Inviting the investors of the world to invest in India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that today India is the most transparent country in the world which offers maximum growth opportunities. PM Modi said this through a video recording message at the Indian Pavilion during the Dubai World Expo. Earlier, Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal duly inaugurated the Indian Pavilion. A large number of people from the Indian community were present on this occasion.

Prime Minister Modi also said that today India has become a country of immense possibilities. He said that India is also a country full of talent, which is actually its strength. India is at the forefront of technology, innovation and research.

He said that the power of our economic growth is the legacy of industries and startups. In this connection, he also mentioned the theme of the Indian Pavilion, Transparency, Possibilities and Growth.

He said that today India has become the most transparent country in the world. It is in everything from innovation to investment. Therefore, India provides maximum growth opportunities to the world. He called upon the world to invest in India to be a part of progress.

He said that during the last seven years, India has undertaken several fundamental reforms to accelerate economic growth. He said that more steps would be taken to continue these reforms going forward.

In his address, the PM laid special emphasis on the fact that there are many possibilities in India. Such as opportunities for discovery, opportunities for collaboration, opportunities for progress. e.t.c. So they come to India for investment and take advantage of them. During the expo that began on Friday, Goyal visited the Indian pavilion and addressed the people there.