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PM Modi first met top business leaders after reaching Japan

Tokyo | PM Modi business leaders : During his visit to Japan, PM Modi first met four top business leaders of Japan here. During this meeting, PM Modi informed them about the trade and investment possibilities in India and appealed to take advantage of them. Let us inform that America, Australia, India and Japan have come here to participate in the summit meeting of the Quadrangular Alliance (Quad). Mr. Modi began his business meetings with Dr. Nabuhiro Endo, President of NEC Corporation, followed by Tadashi Yanai, President and CEO of Fast Retailing Company, Osamu Suzuki, Senior Advisor to Suzuki Motor Corporation and Masayoshi, Board Director of SoftBank Group Corp. Also met Son.

Appreciating the role of NEC…

PM Modi business leaders : In his meeting with Mr. Endo, Mr. Modi appreciated the role of NEC in India’s telecom sector. NEC’s contribution to the Chennai Andaman Nicobar Islands and Kochi Lakshadweep optical fiber projects is significant. The Prime Minister outlined the Productivity Link Incentive Scheme and discussed about the new emerging technology along with giving information about liberalization in taxation and labor laws in India. In his meeting with Mr. Tadashi Yanai, Mr. Modi discussed the growth of textile business in India and investment opportunities under the Productivity Link Incentive Scheme and reforms in the areas of industrial development, infrastructure, taxation and labor reforms and ease of doing business for foreign investors. Informed.

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Remembering the contribution of Suzuki Motors in India…

PM Modi business leaders : PM Modi called for greater participation towards making Uniclave a textile manufacturing hub in India. Shri Modi also offered Uniqlo to take advantage of PM Mitra scheme. In his meeting with Mr. Osamu Suzuki, Mr. Modi recalled the contribution of Suzuki Motors to India and said that it has changed the automobile industry in India. He said that Suzuki Motor Gujarat Private Limited and Maruti Suzuki India Limited have been the first beneficiaries of the Productivity Link Incentive Scheme in the Automobiles and Auto Components Sector. He also discussed the possibilities of investment and setting up of manufacturing and recycling centers for electric vehicles and batteries in India. He also emphasized that local innovation system should be established in India.

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Shivam Bangwal

Shivam Bangwal is an Indian based entrepreneur who is a tech, travel and coding enthusiast with a post graduation degree on Master's of Computer Applications. He is a founder of Youthistaan, People News Chronicle, Hitchhike TV, Branding Panther and many more.
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