PM Modi invites French companies to link up ‘Make in India’


New Delhi: Citing the liberalized FDI regime within the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday invited French corporations to require advantage of ‘Make in India’ programme in numerous sectors.

He extended the invite French Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development Laurent Fabius referred to as on him here.

The two mentioned prospects of cooperation in numerous fields, together with house, defence, railways, tourism, sensible cities, property development, energy and temperature change, a PM statement aforementioned.

The Prime Minister invited French corporations to require advantage of India’s ‘Make in India’ programme in numerous sectors, particularly visible of the liberalized FDI regime in Asian country, it said.

India has, within the previous few months, opened numerous sectors to FDI. This includes raising the cap of FDI in defence and insurance from 26 to 49 per cent.

The Prime Minister told Fabius that he was trying forward to his visit to France in Gregorian April as he recalled his meeting with President Francois Hollade  on the sidelines of G-20 Summit in Brisbane last year.

Modi sent condolences to the victims of recent terror attacks in France and expressed India’s commonality with the individuals of France.

Paris was smitten by 3 terrorists World Health Organization attacked a magazine workplace, killing a minimum of 12 people.