Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday called upon major South Korean companies to invest as a group in a region of India, similar to the pattern they follow in Korea.
Interacting with senior CEOs from South Korea, who are currently in the national capital for the Indo-Korea Business Summit, the Prime Minister invited Korean companies to enhance their investments in India, and contribute to ‘Make in India’.
“Good interaction with Korean CEOs. Urged them to #makeinindia & called for deeper economic cooperation. Suggested to Korean CEOs that major Korean companies can invest as a group in a region of India, similar to what they have done in Korea,” tweeted Prime Minister Modi.
Prime Minister Modi also appreciated the ethics and professionalism of the South Korean industry that had made South Korean brands household names in India. The CEOs discussed with the Prime Minister possibilities of enhancing business cooperation between the two countries.