Here’s what top global corporate leaders have to say about India


  • Global corporate leaders including John Chamber, the Chairman (Emeritus) of tech giant Cisco thinks India should be the chosen destination for global investors.
  • The US-India Strategic Partnership Forum estimates that bilateral trade between the US and India is likely to grow from to $238 billion by 2025.
  • Here's what top American companies have to say about India.

Indian economy has slowed down significantly. And it hurts not just the people of India and the companies here, even foreign companies get affected by the slowdown.

The US-India Strategic Partnership Forum estimates that bilateral trade between the US and India is likely to grow from to $238 billion by 2025 based on the trend of 7.5% growth each year witnessed in the last 7 years. Slowing economy may put the brakes on this projected march.

Even as it tries to revive the economy from the current sluggishness, the Narendra Modi government is insisting that India should still be the chosen destination for global investors. Some global corporate leaders including icons like John Chambers, the Chairman (Emeritus) of tech giant Cisco seem to be in agreement.

Here’s what corporate leaders from US have to say about the opportunity in India:


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John Chambers Chairman (Emeritus), Cisco

John Chambers Chairman (Emeritus), Cisco

If there is one country to bet in it is India and if you there is a second country to bet on it is also India.

​Eric Schmidt, Former CEO, Google & Technical Advisor, Alphabet Inc

​Eric Schmidt, Former CEO, Google & Technical Advisor, Alphabet Inc

“The tools needed to create a great economy already exist in India. There is abundant talent and good instincts to manage money. The key to a success story for India will lie in defining its contribution towards innovation for the future, for example in the field of Artificial Intelligence,” he said


Michael Train, President, Emerson

Michael Train, President, Emerson

I didn’t see the corporate tax cut coming! I think they (the Indian government) are being courageous. They have made progress but still have miles to go.

Vishal Wanchoo, President & CEO, South Asia, GE India

Vishal Wanchoo, President & CEO, South Asia, GE India

"Commercial aviation and defense are going to be hugely important for Make In India & the world."

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