AP CM interacts with top Executives of technology giants in US for investments

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AP CM interacts with top Executives of technology giants in US for investments

On Sunday, AP CM N Chandrababu Naidu met top executives of some of the world’s largest technology companies and sought investments from them in his State.
Naidu told Williams,” This is the right time for Apple Inc to invest in India as it has been growing consistently.”

“Being a state that has just begun building itself from the scratch post-bifurcation, Andhra Pradesh offered tremendous opportunities.
Apple would do well to enter AP which has been adjudged the best state to do business with and has a productive young population,” the chief minister said.
Chandrababu will receive the ‘Transformative Chief Minister Award’ during the United States-India Business Council (USIBC) West Coast Summit in Silicon Valley. The USIBC has selected Naidu for the award for his efforts to strengthen between the countries at the state level. The summit will have 150 industry leader’s participation like information technology, banking, food processing, health care, clean energy and digital payment.
Texas-based Dell has expressed interest in setting up a data centre in the Andhra Pradesh Captial. The technology giant expressed keen interest when Naidu met Srikanth Satya, a top executive of Dell in Dallas.
There can expect over 12,000 jobs, while various MOU’s were signed with Innova Solutions, I-Bridge Inc and EVX Solutions.
Andhra Pradesh government aims to have a computer expert, entrepreneur and artist in every house.
Naidu also held a meeting with California Governor Jerry Brown and invited the US State to join hands with AP as “We build a Greenfield capital with Global opportunities”.

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