Shanghai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday met top Chinese CEOs, including Alibaba's Jack Ma, and invited them to participate in the Make in India initiative.
"I have come to say to you Make in India," Modi told the CEOs, according to a tweet by external affairs ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup.
"India and China can together give something to the world," Modi told the businesspersons, according to the MEA tweet.
"We are excited about India. We are excited about Make in India and Digital India." Jack Ma of Alibaba to PM Modi, said the MEA tweet.
"We are full of hope about India, which offers a dynamic work force and huge market ". Liang Wengen, Chairman SANY," said another tweet.
Modi invited them to participate in the "'5F Formula - From Farm to Fibre to Fabric to Fashion to Foreign", the MEA tweet said.
"We have some big plans for India, We fully support Make in India," President of Xiaomi Lin Bin to PM, the tweet said.
"Harbin Electric would like to bring more light to India, take advantage of Make in India," said CEO Mr. Zou Lei to PM, said the MEA tweet.
Other participants of the meeting with the prime minister included the CEOs of Huawei, Shanghai Urban,Shanghai is the last leg of the prime minister's visit after which he will leave for Mongolia.
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