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People in India are now getting opportunities and the right environment - Modi

26 Juin 2017

During his visit to France and Germany earlier this month, Prime Minister took the moral high ground on climate change.

Modi is also expected to seek assurances on the Defense Technology and Trade Initiative that facilitate US arms technology transfers to India, Bloomberg reported.

“The White House is very interested in making this a special visit.

President Trump, Rao said, is a multi-billionaire businessman, who had nothing to do with politics, never been an active politician but has risen with massive popular support to be elected as US President. "It will make sense if Modi raises the issue in outside forums", Chandra Bhushan, deputy director general of the Center for Science and Environment in New Delhi, told DW. Trump's goal of reducing America's trade deficit could soon place India - which has a $24 billion trade surplus with the US - in the crosshairs.

An editorial written by Narendra Modi in the Wall Street Journal gives us a clear picture of the strategies and aspirations the Indian Prime Minister has in regard with the nation's relationship with India. That will flow into delegation talks, with top officials from both sides joining them, after which the press briefing will be held.

After eight years of Obama administration's internationalist and ideology-driven foreign policy, Monday's meeting offers both leaders the opportunity to reset the bilateral ties on the basis of mutual and national interests.

Apple recently began assembling iPhones in India, while defense manufacturing giant Lockheed Martin will make and export F-16 fighter jets from the country if it wins a big order from the Indian Air Force.

"They are both innovators, they are both businessmen, they are committed to bringing greater prosperity to their people and thinking of innovative ways to do that".

Regarding the agenda, regional and global issues will be discussed, those that advance common priorities like fighting terrorism, promoting economic growth and prosperity.

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In conclusion, the Prime Minister thanked the CEOs for their observations. Mukesh Aghi, president of the US India Business Council, was also present at the meeting.

All these visits have laid the ground work for several MoUs that are likely to be signed during Modi's visit. "But, there is much more that we can do to increase the flow of goods, services, capital and human resources between our two economies". "India has four decades' experience in fighting terrorism, and we share the USA administration's determination to defeat this scourge". But analysts and strategist are speculating it more of a business meeting, where Trump and his administration might try to pitch India its defense products or proposal to setup Nuclear energy power plant to counter Russia's presence in energy sector.

Many US companies have investment plans in India.

"The implementation of the landmark initiative of GST could be a subject of studies in US business schools", Modi said yesterday while interacting with 20 top American CEOs at a roundtable here ahead of his first meeting with US President Donald Trump. Corruption has been a main issue stymieing progress of our country. The Indian diaspora overseas has possibilities and exposure.

Modi's visit is aimed at commemorating 25 years of establishment of diplomatic ties between the two countries. The deal is estimated to be worth about $2 billion. "Indian-Americans have really embraced innovation, entrepreneurship, founding 15 percent of the start-ups in Silicon Valley", she noted. That is important to the strategic partnership and for cooperation in areas like the Indian Ocean, and also creates U.S.jobs, said the official, who requested anonymity to brief reporters on the preparations for Modi's visit.

"We are bound by worldwide laws".

"If America becomes stronger, India will be a natural beneficiary", he said. "We don't see a zero-sum relationship. But, we are also interested in continuing our cooperation with Pakistan".

"This is a very significant step in strengthening relations between the two countries".