Prime Minister Narendra Modi who is on a two-day visit to Japan to participate in the Quad Summit met the leaders of large and successful business organizations namely Softbank, Suzuki, NEC Corp and Uniqlo.
Modi met the founder and board director of Softbank Corporation, Masayoshi Son and lauded his company’s role in the start-up sector. They talked about the future possibilities of the company’s participation in vital zones such as technology, finance and energy. The discussion also centered around the numerous changes that have been made in order to make business between two countries easy and schemes developed whereby Japan could make more investments in India.
The PM also had a talk with the senior advisor of the Suzuki Motor Corporation Mr Osamu Suzuki and looked back on Suzuki’s connection and contributions in Japan. The conversation also dealt in topics like future investment opportunities in India such as building manufacturing facilities for electrically and battery operated vehicles as well as setting up of centers for recycling. They also discussed plans to help grow indigenous technology, including skill development by way of collaborating with Japan- India institutes of Manufacturing(JIM) and Japanese Endowed Courses ( JEC).
PM Modi also met leaders of Industry Giants like NEC Corporation, Fast Retailing and Uniqlo.