India wants Sweden’s help to grow

For the first time India’s government is arranging the business seminar, Make in India, outside of India, and it will take place in Stockholm. India’s Commerce and Industry Minister Suresh Prabhu is in Sweden together with a delegation of several hundred representatives of India’s government and business. He is meeting representatives of the Swedish government, such as Prime Minister Stefan Löfven and Trade Minister Ann Linde and will also participate in Make in India. The aim is to encourage companies within 25 specific industries to station their manufacturing in India.

Speaking to Dagens Nyheter (DN) he says, “We are trying to liberalise for foreign investment more and more. There are openings within all industries.”