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Jun 08, 2018
1:56PM

New industrial policy to be announced soon to make India ready for fourth industrial revolution: Suresh Prabhu

Commerce and Industry Minister Suresh Prabhu today said, the government will soon announce new industrial policy. Briefing media in New Delhi on achievements of his ministry in last four years, Mr Prabhu said, intensive consultations are going on in this regard and the new policy will make India ready for fourth industrial revolution. 
The Minister said, Central government has instilled business confidence among people and domestic investment has picked up while industrial production is also going up. He said, India will soon be a five trillion economy. 
Mr Prabhu said, government is working on a strategy to increase the exports and promote agricultural growth in the country. He said, there is a clear upsurge in investments and trade should become an engine for India’s economic growth story. The minister also added that US is India's very important trade partner.

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