Prime Minister Narendra Modi will showcase India as one of the key engines of global economic growth and outline the reforms his administration has carried out to make Asia’s third-largest economy a seamless and more investor-friendly market at the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meetings beginning in Davos on Tuesday.
Modi, who leaves for the Swiss Alps resort on Monday, will be the first prime minister to represent India at the forum in over 20 years. The last visit by an Indian prime minister to Davos was in 1997 when Deve Gowda led the Indian delegation. That visit took place as India’s economy was yet to take off, with Deve Gowda heading a weak, unstable coalition government and the US and Europe perceived as the main drivers of global growth. Read More…
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