PM Narendra Modi to chair global investor meet today; speak about India's reforms and opportunities- The New Indian Express

PM Narendra Modi to chair international investor meet at present; discuss India’s reforms and opportunities- The New Indian Categorical



NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will chair an ‘unique’ dialogue with international traders at a Digital International Investor Roundtable (VGIR) on Thursday and can discuss India’s reforms and alternatives for traders.

“At 6 PM, fifth November, I might be becoming a member of the Digital International Investor Roundtable by way of video conferencing. Will probably be talking about India’s reforms and alternatives for traders in our nation. Do watch the speech,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi had tweeted on Wednesday.

The VGIR is being organised by the Union Ministry of Finance and Nationwide Funding and Infrastructure Fund. It’s an unique dialogue between main international institutional traders, Indian enterprise leaders and the very best decision-makers from the Authorities of India and Monetary Market Regulators.

Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das are amongst dignitaries who can even be current on the occasion, in line with an announcement from the Prime Minister’s Workplace. VGIR 2020 will give attention to discussions round India’s financial and funding outlook, structural reforms and the federal government’s imaginative and prescient for the trail to a USD 5 trillion economic system.

“Overseas investments in India this fiscal is the very best ever for the primary 5 months of a monetary yr. VGIR 2020 can even present an event for all stakeholders to additional cement the sturdy partnerships which have been constructed and to foster engagement with worldwide institutional traders who want to enhance their Indian investments,” the assertion added.

The roundtable will witness participation from 20 of the world’s largest pension and sovereign wealth funds with a complete Belongings Below Administration of about US$6 trillion. These international institutional traders symbolize key areas together with the US, Europe, Canada, Korea, Japan, Center East, Australia, and Singapore.

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