PM Modi’s US Visit: Prime Minister Narendra Modi started his US visit on Thursday by meeting CEOs of five major companies from different sectors.
PM Modi’s US Visit: Prime Minister Narendra Modi started his US visit on Thursday by meeting CEOs of five major companies from different sectors. During this, he told about the economic opportunities available in India. Prime Minister Modi arrived here on Wednesday on an official visit to the US. During his visit, he will hold his first one-on-one meeting with US President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.Also Read – PM Modi to discuss business opportunities in India with top 5 US CEOs today
On the first day of his visit, he met one-on-one with the Chief Executives (CEOs) of five major companies namely Qualcomm, Adobe, First Solar, General Atomics and Blackstone. Among the top five companies that Prime Minister Modi met are Adobe CEO Shantanu Narain and General Atomics CEO Vivek Lal of Indian-Americans. Also Read – PM Modi US Visit: Prime Minister Modi reached Washington, people were accorded a grand welcome by waving the tricolor
“Giving greater momentum to investments in India. Stephen Schwarzman, CEO of Blackstone Group met PM Modi. Various investment opportunities in India, including those arising due to the National Infrastructure Pipeline and National Monetization Pipeline were discussed,” tweets PMO pic.twitter.com/kUvG8IdcDP
— ANI (@ANI) September 23, 2021
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Ahead of his meeting with top industry executives, PM Modi had said that he would meet CEOs of five companies from different sectors to apprise them of the economic opportunities in India. It is noteworthy that Narayan is associated with information technology and digital priority, on which the Government of India is emphasizing.
Modi’s meeting with Lal assumes significance as General Atomics is not only a leader in military drone technologies, but also one of the world’s top manufacturers of state-of-the-art military drones.