Elucidating India's progress over the past year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) to India has increased by 39 per cent in the last 18 months in spite of registering a constant fall globally.
Stressing on the present economic trend worldwide, Modi said, “The FDI to India increased by 39 percent in the last 18 months, when global FDI has fallen.”
Linking reforms adopted by a country to the welfare of its residents, he said, “True reforms are those which results in transformation in the lives of citizens. My goal is reform to transform. Biggest beneficiary of any reform should be the poor."
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