new Delhi. Google has announced an investment of 10 billion dollars (75,000 crore rupees) in India on Monday. Prior to the announcement of this investment by Google, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Sundar Pichai held talks through video conferencing. Google said the investment would help fulfill Prime Minister Modi's Digital India goal.
Google said in a statement that this is a very important step in the midst of the corona virus epidemic, which demonstrates India's openness and attractiveness as an investor destination.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai said that I am very happy to announce the Google for India Digitization Fund. Through this, we will invest 75,000 crore rupees ($ 10 billion) in India over the next 5 to 7 years. We will make this investment in Ecosystem Investment through equity investment, partnership and operational infrastructure.
Speaking at the Google for India event, Pichai said that this investment decision reflects the company's confidence in India's future and its digital economy.
Pichai pointed out that the investment would be focused on the four core areas of digitization of India. This includes giving every Indian access to information in their language at an affordable cost, creating new products and services for India's specific needs, empowering businesses and technology and artificial for social well-being in areas such as health care, education and agriculture Taking advantage of intelligence is included.
This post was published on July 14, 2020 2:00 am
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