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Set Against The Snowy Davos Landscape, India Shines Brightly At The World Economic Forum 2018.

Monday - January 22, 2018 5:22 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL
Set Against The Snowy Davos Landscape, India Shines Brightly At The World Economic Forum 2018.
Set Against The Snowy Davos Landscape, India Shines Brightly At The World Economic Forum 2018.

By Jaya Khare

Three thousand leaders from across global society will be meeting in Davos, Switzerland under the agenda of The World Economic Forum from January 23 to 26, to find solutions to the world's most significant challenges. The team "Make In India",  that includes associates, business leaders and bureaucrats, who will be lead by Prime Minister Modi is all set to take the world by storm.  The world's success story why India is becoming world's leading investment destination all is set to be showcased. How under NDA, a turnaround for India is from part of ‘fragile 5’ to being a ‘bright spot' is the highlight. 


The world leaders will be tackling everything from climate change, rising inequality to the entanglements of AI (artificial intelligence),  and the robot age, harnessing the future business opportunities. For the very first time, the global citizens are also invited via mean of online videos to put up their questions, with their issue on the following above said topics. 


Ramesh Abhishek, Atul Chaturvedi, Deepak Bagla and 2 others

As India Means Business, the team "Make In India", includes  Dr Klaus Schwab ahead of World Economic Forum, MakeInIndia.  Mr Ramesh Abhishek Secretary to Government of India, Dept of Industrial Policy & Promotion.  Mr Aatul Chaturvedi Indian Administrative Service officer.  Mr Deepak Bagla is the Managing Director, Invest India Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India and other two.

Twenty years after, when PM HD Deve Gowda in 1997 market his presence at the WEF,now its  Prime Minister Narendra Modi set to attend attend and to glorify to the word about India's progress and seek investment on the lines of India's 'Make in India' agenda.  Recent figures of Indian economic and industrial growth shows that India is ready to accept significant global investment. Set against the snowy Davos landscape, India shines brightly. - Window To News

 
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