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FDI in India should stand for ‘First Develop India’: Modi Part - 2

ANI | 25 Sep 2014, 10:59 pm
New Delhi, Sept 25 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday launched his 'Make in India' programme ahead of his maiden visit to the US. The campaign would roll out the red carpet to investors through a string of measures including easier norms and rules aimed at transforming India into a manufacturing hub. Talking about FDI, Modi said that for Indian citizens FDI is a responsibility and for rest of the world it is an opportunity. He also added that FDI in India should stand for ‘First Develop India’.

FDI in India should stand for ‘First Develop India’: Modi Part - 2

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