PM Modi to apprise WEF at Davos about India's economic reforms

PM Modi to apprise WEF at Davos about India's economic reforms

PM Modi to apprise WEF at Davos about India's economic reforms

President Donald Trump will meet with British Prime Minister Theresa May next week while he is at the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. "It affects governance, country's security and costs lots of money", Prime Minister Modi said.

Europe's leaders will have to embrace bold and innovative reform programs to secure a peaceful, prosperous and stable future, one of two research papers released Friday by the World Economic Forum (WEF) said.

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Mrs May later said that she was "very clear that re-tweeting from Britain First was the wrong thing to do". Klaus Schwab. Mr Gokhale said, Mr Modi will also have a bilateral with Swiss Confederation President Mr. Alain Berset.

Modi will also have an interaction with 120 members of the investor community at WEF on January 23 which will include heads of General Motors, Salesforce and Royal Dutch Shell, Nestle and JP Morgan. This is the first time India will host the welcome reception at the summit. The fact that he will be making the plenary address goes to show the rise of the nation as a force to reckon with on the economic front.

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"We will showcase India's progress while also giving a taste of our exquisite cuisine and Indian culture and heritage", Abhishek said.

On his much-touted slogan of creating jobs, Modi evaded a direct reply but said the Employees Provident Fund Organisation data shows that 70 lakh new accounts have been opened in the last one year. Besides, 38 heads of major global organisations such as the WTO, the IMF and the World Bank, as also almost 2,000 CEOs will be present.

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