Vibrant Gujarat Summit Aims to Attract Investment in India

Narendra Modi and other dignitaries at the inaugural session of the 9th Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit, at Mahatma Mandir Exhibition cum Convention Centre, in Gandhinagar, Gujarat on January 18, 2019
Narendra Modi and other dignitaries at the inaugural session of the 9th Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit, at Mahatma Mandir Exhibition cum Convention Centre, in Gandhinagar, Gujarat on January 18, 2019

Vibrant Gujarat Summit

India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the 9th edition of Vibrant Gujarat Summit at Mahatma Mandir Exhibition cum Convention Centre in Gandhinagar today.

Five Heads of States from Uzbekistan, Rwanda, Denmark, Czech Republic, and Malta along with the captains of industry from various sectors, and over 30,000 delegates from India and abroad are taking part in the event.

The Prime Minister invited global business leaders and companies to come and invest in India where, he said, the business climate is more investor friendly now with the required infrastructure and facilities in place.

“India is now ready for business. In the last four years, we have jumped 65 places of global ranking of ease of doing business. I have asked my team to work harder to ensure India is on the top 50 next years,” Modi said.

Major events during the three-day (January 18-20) meet include a roundtable interaction with the heads of global funds, ‘Africa Day’, MSME convention, roundtable for opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education & research.

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The first edition of Vibrant Gujarat Summit was held in 2003 when Modi was the Chief Minister of Gujarat. Since then – according to the government – it has played the role of a catalyst leading to several other such summits annually in states across the country.

Photo courtesy: Press Information Bureau

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