India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit will provide the right impetus for Japanese companies to enhance investments in India and propel bilateral trade between Asia’s two economic giants to 50 …Read More
No place like India to do business. Blend Japan’s hardware skills and India’s software to create everyday miracles. This is economic diplomacy, with a flourish. Literally, banging the drums in a symbolic “jugalbandi,” India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a charm offensive in Tokyo and told Japanese investors that red carpet, not red tape, awaits them if they come to India.
A day after his meeting with Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and the two nations launched a path-breaking investment partnership, Modi played the chief salesman and choreographer of the India Story.
“There is no other place more suited to you than India,” said Modi at a meeting organised by the Japan External Trade Organisation (Jetro) and Nikkei on September 2.Read More
In an oblique reference to perceived Chinese assertiveness in the region, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi cautioned against the tendency towards “expansionism”, and pitched for closer ties between India and Japan to help fructify a peaceful Asian century.
“We have to decide if we want to have ‘vikas vaad’ (development) or ‘vistar vaad’ (expansionism) which leads to disintegration,” said Modi while speaking to business titans of India and Japan in Tokyo.
“Those who follow the path of Buddha and have faith in ‘vikas vaad’, they develop. But we see, those having ideas of the 18th century, engage in encroachments and enter seas (of others),” said Modi on September 1, at a business luncheon with a delegation of Japan’s top industry leaders in Tokyo.Read More
India’s Prime Minster Narendra Modi has touched down in Kyoto to begin an event-packed five-day visit to Tokyo that is poised to pitch India-Japan relations into a higher trajectory. Warm …Read More
Ahead of his much-awaited visit to Japan, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi took to twitter on an optimistic note. In a series of tweets on August 26, the tech-savvy Modi …Read More