Berlin: Inaugurating the Hannover Messe, a business fair, with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the Prime Minister said India is working on a predictable and transparent environment to open up investments. Making a strong pitch for Make in India, the PM also met top business leaders in Hannover. Promising a stable business environment, Prime Minister Narendra Modi invited investors from Germany and the entire world saying opportunities in India are “seamless” and huge for a vibrant economic partnership.
This warm handshake says it all. Chancellor angela merkel welcoming Prime Minister Narendra as he arrived at the opening of the Hannover Messe Trade fair his message to the business community was simple….come be a part of India’s growth story. Promising a stable business environment, Prime Minister said opportunities in India are “seamless” and huge for a vibrant economic partnership.
Primeminister said that for globalisng world india is readying its youth with skill development. He siad that reinsing industrial developmemt will need technology, investment, and innovation.Describing Germany as a “valuable partner”, Modi said the two countries share a close nd warm relationship that has grown in depth and diversity.
The Prime Minister said India is working on a predictable and transparen environment to open up investments where rules will not be changed frequently and there will be no surprise elements. he also strongly pitched for his ‘Make in India’ campaign,saying it was not a “slogan or a brand, but a new national movement.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel also hosted a dinner in honour of the prime minister and his delegation. Merkel said Germany was ready to give a new dimension to partnership with India.
The two leaders are believed to have had discussions on a range of issue concerning bilateral interest.Over 100 top business executives from India and Germany joined the two leaders for the dinner.
Prime minister is in Germany in the the second leg of his three nation tour. As he reached Germany city of Hanover, his first meeting was with the top 15 CEO’s of Germany. The meeting was primarily focused on speeding up infrastructural; growth and and bringing investment to india.
Prime Minister also held one on ones with ceo’s of VOITH an MNC in mechanical engineering secor, CEO of Bombardier of transport sector and head of Metro AG one ofg the biggest international retail comapanies. Germany is India’s biggest trading partner in Europe and PM Modi clearly aims to take this partnership to new hights.