New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said the ‘Make in India’ initiative has become a movement in Japan and the island nation has created a fund of about US $12 billion for it.
“Today, there is a ‘Make In India’ movement in Japan. I have been told that US $11-12 billion fund has been earmarked for it. This clearly indicates how both the countries can move forward,” he said while addressing the India-Japan Business Leaders Forum here.
‘Make in India’ is proceeding in mission mode, not just in India, but also in Japan, he added.
India wants not only high-speed train, but also high-speed growth, Modi said, adding that Indo-Japan business forum has discussed various opportunities between the countries.
Modi said there is a need to move forward, taking advantage of the strength of human resources and technological base.
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Japan PM Shinzō Abe said
We have taken relationship to new level and buds have turned into blossoms.
With a view to supporting growth of India, both public and private sector of Japan will act in unison
Japan PM Shinzō Abe declares that Japan will build a convention centre in Varanasi.
PM Modi speaking at joint conference
It is a great pleasure to host a personal friend and a great champion of Indo-Japan partnership.
No friend will matter more in realising India’s economic dreams than Japan.
In the course of the past year, we have made enormous progress in economic cooperation and regional partnership.
No other strategic partnership can exercise a more profound influence on shaping course of Asia and our interlinked ocean regions.
The memorandum we (Indo-Japan) signed on civil nuclear energy co-op, is a signing symbol of a new level of mutual confidence.
High-Speed Rail on Mumbai-Ahmedabad sector through Japan’s Shinkansen will launch an evolution in India Railways.
PM Abe has been prompt and positive on our economic proposals many of which are now unique to India.
We have also taken two more decisive steps in our security co-operation, will promote defence manufacturing in India.
Our shared commitment to combating climate change is equally strong.
Recognising our special relationship, India will extend ‘visa on arrival’ to all Japanese citizens from 1st Mar 2016.
PM Modi and Shinzo Abe have now reached Hyderabad House in Delhi.
Japan PM Shinzo Abe has met President Pranab Mukherjee at Rashtrapati Bhavan.
DCM Shriram’s chairman and Managing director Ajay Sriram says that Japan and the business industry have realised that India has tremendous strength in its manpower which needs to be harnessed. He calls the pace of thinking between the two countries ‘very positive’.
“India is a great market for Japanese goods and services, India needs their technology and finances”, says Sriram.
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Abe praises Modi’s economic policies, says they are like Shinkansen – High speed, safe and reliable and carrying many people along.
India is a land of possibilities with excellent human resources and technological base, and Japan has been there with us at every turning point: Modi
PM Narendra Modi has received Japanese PM Shinzo Abe at the Business Leaders Forum, reports the MEA handle.
PM Modi has begun addressing the Business Leaders Forum.