Watch BusinessToday.in's video where Rajeev Dubey, Editor, BusinessToday.in and Rahul Kanwal, Managing Editor, TV Today Network talk to Rahul Bajaj, Pawan Munjal, Kailash Satyarthi and Amitabh Kant about PM Modi's speech, WEF 2018 outcome and India's growth rate.
Watch BusinessToday.in video where Rahul Kanwal, Managing Editor, TV Today Network, talks to Union Commerce and Industry Minister Suresh Prabhu about what India has gained from making its presence felt strongly at World Economic Forum 2018 in Davos, in terms of investment and trade.
At World Economic Forum 2018, BusinessToday.in Editor Rajeev Dubey speaks to Shobana Kamineni CII president about PM Modi's keynote address at Davos and her budget expectations from the Modi government
At World Economic Forum 2018, BusinessToday.in Editor Rajeev Dubey speaks to Ajit Gulabchand, Chairman and MD, Hindustan Construction Company about key takeaways from PM Narendra Modi's keynote address at Davos
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today delivered the keynote address at the World Economic Forum's opening plenary session in Davos. Narendra Modi is the first Indian Prime Minister in two decades to attend the WEF. He spoke about big ticket reforms that his government has introduced in the last three years.
World Economic Forum has ranked India 30th on the global manufacturing index. Japan is ranked 1st and among BRICS nations, Russia is ranked 35th, Brazil 41st and South Africa at 45th place. Watch Businesstoday.in's video to know whether India is ready for the future of production.
From heads of state, CEOs, to celebrities are expected to make an appearance at the upcoming World Economic Forum, 2018 in Davos. Watch this BusinessToday.in video to know which eminent figures will visit the congregation this year.
Trump told the World Economic Forum in Davos, an incongruous location
for a nationalist president, that American prosperity has created
countless jobs around the world, but stressed that his priority would
always remain on protecting the interests of within his nation's own
Former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan is not known to hold back his
punches. And defaulting promoters are a pet target of his. He has said
it many times before, and he's just said it again in Davos: Promoters of
companies that go belly-up have to face strong consequences.