India has extended an invitation to Canadian businesses to tap the growing investment potential in the country where the youths, which account for 65 per cent of its population, are “raring” to go with their dreams.
India’s Deputy High Commissioner in Canada Arun Kumar Sahu, during his address at a Canada-India Global Forum initiated by a group of industrialists and businessmen of Indian-origin, said that nobody could reverse the path of progress India has achieved so far.
Technology transfer, particularly the Artificial Intelligence in a variety of fields including weather forecasting, flood control and efficient use of solar energy in building India’s ambitious ‘smart cities’ figured as the key subject of the discussion at the forum.
“It is time NRIs and others recognised the unique strengths of India and build on them rather than worrying about small inconveniences here and there,” Sahu said. Read More
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