Google Open Global FinTech Operations Center Gift City Investing $10 Billion in India Digitization

Google Open Global FinTech Operations Center Gift City: Google CEO Sundar Pichai called the meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi an honor. Along with this, he made a big announcement about the investment.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was on a three-day visit to America from June 21 to 23. During this he met US President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and other prominent leaders as well as top executives of leading American companies. Which includes Google’s Indian-origin CEO Sundar Pichai. After meeting PM Modi, Pichai has made a big announcement on behalf of the company.

Visionary plan told to Digital India

Pichai said that it is an honor to meet PM Modi during his historic visit to America. We told the Prime Minister that Google is investing $10 billion in India’s Digitization Fund. We are announcing the launch of our Global FinTech Operations Center at Gujarat International Fin-Tech (Gift) City, Gujarat.”

Gift City MD and Group CEO Tapan Rai said Google’s decision to set up its global fintech operations center in Gift City is a testament to India’s growing prominence in the fintech landscape. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s strategic announcement by Google CEO Sundar Pichai during his US visit is a win. It will go a long way in realizing the PM’s vision of making the Gift City a truly global fintech hub. We look forward to hosting Google at GIFT City.”

Praising Digital India, the Google CEO said, Prime Minister’s vision for Digital India was ahead of its time and I now see it as a blueprint that other countries are trying to follow.

Also met Tim Cook, Elon Musk

Apart from Sundar Pichai, top American businessmen including Elon Musk, Apple CEO Tim Cook, bosses of several companies including SpaceX, Tesla and Twitter met PM Modi. After meeting PM Modi, Elon Musk called himself his fan. Elon Musk said that I am very excited about the future of India. I think India has more potential than any major country in the world. Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk says his electric car company is looking for opportunities to invest in India as soon as possible.

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