PM Narendra Modi on India’s Advantages: Demography, Democracy and Demand
The Hannover Messe 2015 is geared toward "Industry 4.0". Production systems which communicate with each other thus increasing the flexibility of production are considered to be the core of the fourth industrial revolution following the steam engine, mass production, and automation, declared Chancellor Angela Merkel at the opening of the world's largest industrial fair in Hannover.
For this year’s visiting country, India’s Prime Minister Narenda Modi traveled to Hannover and 400 featured exhibitors from India were hailed as well. “We offer investors from around the world new opportunities which is not only interesting as a key market but as a location for production”, said Mr. Modi. His government would like to overcome certain bureaucratic obstacles and create a good climate for investment.
Chancellor Merkel was impressed with India’s presence while taking a walk through the exhibition and took notice of the advantages from India.
Demography, Democracy and Demand, emphasized PM Modi. The slogan “Make in India” is everywhere these days and the foundry industry, investors and suppliers take these words with them in politics will notice and judge from their actions.
“Come on, India!” one would like to say. Potential growth is ready to take off, right away, reliably and effectively, exactly how “Make in India” promises.