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How Chinese CEOs responded to Modi's

How Chinese CEOs responded to Modi's "Make in India" call

India Blooms News Service | | 16 May 2015, 11:30 am
Shanghai, May 16 (IBNS) As Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a strong pitch for "Make in India" to top Chinese CEOs the captains of idustry of the country he is visiting responded with zeal and sincerity expressing their willingness to invest in India.

Modi's meeting with them was followed by signing of 21 agreements worth 22 billion dollars.

"We are excited about India. We are excited about make in India and digital India," said Jack Ma, founder of the Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba.

Liang Wengen, Chairman, SANY,said, " We are full of hope about India, which offers a dynamic work force and huge market.

Zou Lei, CEO of Harbin Electric said his company would like to "bring  more light to India, take advantage of Make in India."

"We have some big plans for India. We support Make in India," said Lin Bin, President of mobile phone makers Xiaomi.

Langye Sun, Director, Dalian city said they want to focus on power sectors investment. "We are planning to invest in Gujarat," he said.

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