India Offers A ‘Bouquet Of Hope’ To World: PM At World Economic Forum

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said this is the best time to invest in India during a special address to the leaders across the world late on Monday. He detailed various steps India has taken to make it the “most attractive” investment destination in the world.

According to the PM, Indian youth have an entrepreneurial spirit and an eagerness to innovate and adopt new technology.

“Indian youth are ready to take your businesses & ideas to new heights. With our global skills, India has registered more than 60,000 start-ups in 2021,” PM Modi was quoted as saying at the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) five-day online ‘Davos Agenda’ summit by NDTV.

“India offers a ‘bouquet of hope’ to the world. It includes our trust in democracy; it includes our technology, our temperament, and talent,” the prime minister said.

“In 2014, there were maybe a hundred registered start-ups in India. Now, the number has crossed 60 thousand. We also have more than 80 unicorns now, more than 40 of them achieved that status just last year,” PM Modi said.

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