New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday referred to the favored social media expression FOMO (worry of lacking out) throughout his Denmark go to, saying these not investing in India will surely miss out.
Addressing the India-Denmark Enterprise Discussion board, Modi stated financial reforms introduced by his authorities had created funding alternatives in varied sectors like inexperienced know-how, chilly chains, delivery and ports.
“These days the term FOMO or ‘fear of missing out’ is gaining traction on social media. Looking at India’s reforms and investment opportunities, I can say that those who don’t invest in our nation will certainly miss out,” a tweet from the Prime Minister’s Workplace (PMO) quoted him as saying.
Reacting to PM Modi’s ‘FOMO’ comment, Danish PM Mette Frederiksen stated, “I always thought FOMO was about Friday nights or parties but I realise that it’s about India.”
PM Modi stated the federal government was additionally engaged on the PM-GatiShakti programme to create infrastructure amenities for the subsequent technology. Modi additionally stated there was nice scope of investing in inexperienced know-how.
PM Modi and his Danish counterpart participated within the India-Denmark Enterprise Discussion board with high enterprise leaders from the 2 nations. A video of the 2 leaders being greeted after the assembly by Indian group members was shared by MEA spokesperson Arindam Bagchi.
“Enriching conversations on ways to combine Denmark’s skill and India’s scale, especially in areas of clean energy and climate friendly technologies,” Bagchi stated concerning the enterprise discussion board assembly.
Prime Minister Modi additionally held a bilateral assembly together with his Danish counterpart Frederiksen. Addressing the media after the assembly, PM Modi stated there have been enormous funding alternatives for Danish corporations in India.
“There are greater than 200 Danish firms working in India in varied sectors like wind energy, delivery, consultancy, meals processing, engineering and so forth. They’re getting the advantages of accelerating ‘ease of doing enterprise’ in India and our macroeconomic reforms,” stated Prime Minister Modi.