Mar 20 Tuesday 2018 03:30 AM
US Ambassador to India Mr Kenneth Juster on 11 Jan, stressed upon the importance of building strong commercial ties with India. He also said that 'Make in India' and 'America First' programs can mutually benefit both the nations equally.
Both 'Make in India' and 'America First' is pet campaigns of the current governments in both these countries. While 'America First' is mean to encourage investors to invest in America before they consider going anywhere else, 'Make in India' is aimed at bringing global manufacturing companies in India. Mr Kenner was of the view that many US companies are finding it difficult to make goods in China and therefore India has a good opportunity to attract the US investors. He also said that the US is a big technology hub and India already has a good base for human capital for that.
It seems that the US is offering a big hand to India by asking for a mutual relationship building. For India, what is required now is to focus on easing the business and other restrictions so that more 'American First' companies in the US can 'Make in India'.
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